In 2015, it will be my husband & I's 10 year wedding anniversary. When we got married, it was a simple, read some lines & say I do, at a counter at the JP. I have always said that I would really love to have the wedding of my dreams, because what little girl doesn't think of having a beautiful wedding all their life. So we agreed that we would have a wedding & re-new our vows for our 10 year. So here I am having all these ideas & planning; I literally had everything planned in my head, we just had to buy everything & set things up. We are a little over 2 years away & I started talking to my husband the other day about how we should look at the different venues that I had in mind because I wanted it out of the way & not stress over it. He has pretty much always just shrugs his shoulders & says, whatever you want; whatever you want & pick is fine with me, just tell me when & where & I'll show up. Well the other day when I brought up that we need to get more serious about it & start looking, he said that he didn't even want a wedding. I can't believe that after knowing how much a wanted one, he just completely axed it. He says that's not what he said & didn't mean it, but I remember his words & now they are stuck in my head. I know that he only says that he doesn't want one is because he doesn't want to spend the money or time & be around everyone; he is so cheap (we call him Mr.Krabs) & so unsocial. Then it got to me that I'm not going to spend the money or time or stress over something that he doesn't even want. But I refuse to not do anything because it's our 10 year & it's special to me. So I memtioned Vegas! We could just go there for a week because we have never been & just re-new our vows in a fun way & have our honeymoon all in one trip. & He seems on board with that. So it may not be what I dreamed about all my life but at least we will both be happy & do something to celebrate our special day.
Now my question is... what would you have done? Or what did you do? I want some other ideas & stories about you celebrating your anniversary.
on Mar. 27, 2013 at 9:00 AM