Friday, September 17, 2010

Happy Anniversary

(the H was our wedding topper and the flowers were his boutonniere)

This is my "dairy slab".
I have wanted one FOREVER! But to find a real one is... well, impossible! And if you do, it is literally thousands of dollars.

My husband, who I married 6 years ago today, knew that I wanted one. So for Mother's Day this year, that sweet man had this made. Can you believe that? He actually contracted a potter to make it for me.

I tell him I love him about 10 times a day. Probably too many times. But how many days go by that I don't tell him that I know that I am the luckiest woman in the world to have him? I was not always this blessed. I have a habit of taking his generous spirit for granted. I feel safe to assume he will always be here for me. He makes me feel that it is okay to be that comfortable.

I love you honey! I would marry you again in a heartbeat.
I am THE luckiest woman in the world to have you!
Thank you for everything you do and say!

Happy Anniversary!

I'm joining Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for A Cloche Party!


Melissa said...

When I saw the flags I thought maybe you just meant flag day.

Happy Anniversary. It is good to have a good man.

BTW what is a dairy slab?

Shelia said...

Happy Anniversary, Liz! Oh, what a thoughtful hubby to have this made for you! I've always wanting one. Now I think you've decorated it just perfect for your wonderful day!!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary Liz!

I love the dairy slab. I've seen reproductions and would like to have one. Yours is beautiful and I love the story behind it.

Beansieleigh said...

What a beautiful post.. Happy Anniversary to both of you Liz! Have a wonderful weekend! ~tina

shannon i olson said...

How sweet of him!!!! Happy Anniversary from a woman that has had to go buy her own gift for almost 23 years now. high five to your honey!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Oh I love it. Happy Anniversary!!! Your displays are so pretty. You have the neatest treasures and always display them so beautifully. Thanks so much for linking to the party. Hugs, Marty

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Like your cloches, especially the one with so many of your memories attached.
Happy Anniversary!

Lynn said...

How sweet, congrats on your anniversary-enjoy!

Unknown said...

Happy Anniversary Liz!!!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Happy Anniversary! That's the sweetest story I've heard in a long time! We should all be so lucky! And your display is great!

xinex said...

Oh how very sweet! Happy anniversary to you and your hubby. Your cloches are so beautiful!...Christine

Blondie's Journal said...

What a sweet post, Liz and Happy Anniversary!! I love the cloche and think the world of your hubby for having the dairy slab made for you!!

Happy Friday, my friend!


Kit said...

Happy happy Anniversary! He's definitely a keeper! Kit

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Happy Anniversary to the two of you! You have a good husband, Liz! That is totally awesome that he had that slab commissioned for you.

Enjoy your day!
becky said...

I have never heard of a dairy slab!But oh how pretty. Iknow what you mean about having a wonderful husband- sometimes you get lucky. Happy Anniversary.

Sue said...

Love the sentimentality of the cloche's contents. Your hubs' gift to you was extremely romantic and special!
~ Sue

Lisa said...

Happy Happy Anniversary! He is a keeper.:)

D. Jean Quarles said...

Happy belated anniversary. Hope you two had a great day.

Anita@Theycallmejammi said...

Love the dairy slab..had no idea that is what they were called, so thanks for that. Happy Anniversary.

Mimi said...

You are lucky and Blessed, some women do not have men who love them unconditionally and think of their wives first, but then We --you and I put them first too!!I am so happy for you and what a great gift and how thoughtful.
Love your cloches too!!
Lunch, any time, I suggested to marty we start planning our ladies AZ blogger picnic, it shall be cool enough one of these days!!

Melissa Miller said...

Happy Anniversary Liz!
How wonderful it is to have found your true love. What a great blessing. Pretty cloche as well.

Enjoy! ~Melissa :)

Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

Something new!! I've never seen a dairy slab. How sweet that hubby went to such trouble - I'm totally impressed that he knew how to go about getting one made - much less being observant enough to know you wanted one!!

Decor To Adore said...

Oh happy day! Your dairy slab says alot about him. Enjoy!