The Adventures of Stray and Snap.
'An adventure is an activity that is perceived to involve risk, danger or exciting experiences'...or not!
To see a list of our adventures, please visit the 'about us' page.
Hello Snap , that is a great picture and yes anyone married over 25 years really deserves a medal and honorable mention, congradulations. Malcolm
@Malcolm and CieJay Burgess thanks for dropping by. I was going through photos on my computer and came across this one...couldn't resist sharing it. Stray likes to tell people the first 20 years are the hardest ;)
Congrats! And love that candle (looks like one from my candle stash :-D"the first 20 years are the hardest"He's got a point...
What would a wedding be without a good old phallus.Congratulations on 29 years with the ex-porn movie star.
@Catherine I can't believe I chose red accessories and pale blue dresses for the brides maids...but then again, it was the 1980's.@DanPloy...what do you mean, ex? ;)
Thank you for sharing.
Snap and StrayAfter 29 years of marriage and 33 being together your rare photos of both of you in tandem show you are still very much one. Congratulations.Here's what made the news 29 years ago (1982) when you and your porn star looked very much like Bonnie and Clyde.Falkland Islands WarCommodore-64 releasedJohn Hinckley found not guilty because of insanity in Reagan shootingLiposuction introducedPrince William born to Lady DianaDow Jones breaks 10,000 for first timeGraceland opened to the publicBest wishes from the UK.
@Martyn Thanks and sorry, I should have been more specific, my bad! We were actually married in early 1983...when TV series MASH ended, Microsoft Word was launched, Australia won the America's Cup and most important of all, the McNugget was introduced ;)Here's hoping we can reflect on this again in another 20 years or so.
Congratulations. Very, very few people make it through that long... My parents are past their 40th wedding anniversary now, which also deserves some kind of medal.
@Theodora Mummy T apparently, according to the traditional anniversary list, there won't be any gifts forthcoming for another hear or so. However, on the more modern list, I'll be moving up from orchids to furniture. Joy!No medals to be seen on the list.
Congratulations on your long lasting marriage. It is quite an accomplishment to be married for so long in this day and age. Perhaps during your time in Thailand you have noticed how even in the Land of Smiles, which is in many ways more socially conservative than Western countries, divorce in on the rise. Just ask any Thailand divorce lawyer. It is a very sad state of affairs. Marriage as an institution is becoming weaker in a lot of ways, but thanks to people like you, it will survive. I worry a lot about the effects of divorce on children. In Thailand, I can definitely see how the breakdown of marriages negatively impacts children. The same goes for the US or any other country. Anyway, keep up the good work, and be sure to tell others about your successful marriage. It can be a great motivator for struggling couples. Thanks!
@Anonymous Thanks for dropping in. I agree, divorce effects children the most. Unhappy couples tend to put them by the way side while dealing with their own issues or use them as porns...very sad.I've observed many types of marriages in different countries and there is only one formula that works. Both people have to want the marriage for the right reasons or it won't last...and that's all I'm saying.One of the biggest hurdles (I reckon) is understanding that it's not a power struggle, there are no winners, it's a partnership.
Thank you for sharing this.It is very interesting.
Post a Comment
Enter your email address:
Delivered by FeedBurner