Thursday, June 17, 2010

Silver

Today Rob and I celebrate our Silver Wedding Anniversary ; On Monday 17th June 1985 we were married in the Town Hall in La Rochelle. Afterwards we had a drink with Rob’s mother and step father. We went to buy a cake and as we both love it, chose custard tart ‘flan’. Today we were planning to have lunch outside at the Avocet in the village, as it's raining and a bit cold we're going to wait until the weather gets better. I always thought that silver weddings happened to old people.

Inside court yard of the Town Hall. To get married we went through the door at the end.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations from the Poodles, the dogs and me.

Jan

Jan said...

Ignore this. I'm trying to get my password to work.

Peter (Worldman): said...

On the same day in 1968, I was married to my first wife at the Catholic Cathedral in Johannesburg. The marriage did not last long.

Congratulation to your Silver anniversary.

Caroline said...

Silver does come as a shock doesn't it?

Congratulations a few minutes late.

caroline xxx

soulMerlin said...

Hi Angie ~ Congratulations to you and Rob.

Silver Weddings happen to young people who have been around a while.

:)

xh

Lucy Melford said...

Congratulations to you both!

Coincidentally 17 June 2009 was the day I moved into my present house, which used to be my parents', and so I have one year's residence clocked up already.

Lucy

Don said...

Congratulations!! And many more anniversaries to come!!

Veronica said...

Congratulations! A day late, I'm afraid. Silver wedding anniversaries happen to good people who love each other. That means they're never old. :)

Doris said...

Awww happy belated! The choice of tart sounds perfect. May your next 25 be splendid.

Hugs and love from me xxx

Doris said...

What an amazing venue. Wonderful!

Melissa said...

It's beautiful! Congrats! You give us newly married folk a bit of hope that it is still possible!

cassie-b said...

Happy Happy Anniversary!

Anji said...

Thank you all very much for your good wishes. We still haven't been out to lunch yet. Hopefully tomorrow.