I think my husband and I are worthy of your “Happy Anniversary” song. We are both 52 and we will be married 19 years this fall. We have been together for 20 years come Labor Day. I was diagnosed with mild Cerebral Palsy by age 3. The doctors told my parents that I would never walk (I did), I would never make it through school and definitely not college (I did). My parents thought I would never be on my own and never dreamed that I would be happily married (I am).
When I met my husband he was having 3-5 Grand Mal Seizures a day. My mom would say that I fell down and remembered, and he fell down and forgot. We were half a person each, but together made 1 person. I found someone who would wait for me to catch up since I am so slow but worth waiting for. He found someone who stayed around until he woke up and told him what he missed out on. He has had a seizure disorder since age 3 ½ and has been seizure-free for 3 years.
My brother once said “They are so in love it is sickening.” I have married my best friend and he his. Margaret
Who else is worthy of my Happy Anniversary song on air? If you’ve been married 10+ years, I like to reward your love and loyalty to your spouse with a fairly off-key serenade on my nighttime show. If you think your love story is worth sharing (the good, the bad, the ugly, the heartwarming and the funny), call me and let me sing to you tonight! My number is 1-888-633-5452.