I think I've told you guys before that I've never really celebrated an official anniversary, despite being in two different long term relationships.Because neither of them started with an official first date, it just never seemed like there was an appropriate time to mark our years together, and I don't know, it's just not my thing.Important note for site admins: If you are the administrator of this website note that your access has been limited because you broke one of the Wordfence advanced blocking rules.The reason your access was limited is: "Access from your area has been temporarily limited for security reasons.".Fortunately (and perhaps fortuitously) this is also International Women’s Day – another handy way for me to remember this very important day!For our anniversary proper, we usually make a big deal out of it.
We both write on the same topic but only get to read the other’s work after it’s published.* This He Said / She Said post is inspired by a question from Sonia of Sonia Styling who asked: We wouldn’t be Mr and Mrs Romance without an alarming number of romantic dates to celebrate, would we?!
I have even been to a cat's birthday party that, admittedly, was lame.
But it was bold (or wacky) on the host's part.
Are there other anniversaries worth celebrating too? OK, I'm obviously starting to joke around here, but seriously! It's sweet to remember the important moments in your life together, but I don't think they all call for flowers or gifts or fancy dinner dates.
I kind of think you have to pick just one of those and stick to it.
But even if it's not MY thing, I do totally get why people would want to celebrate say, two years of dating or of course, their wedding anniversary and it makes me happy to see people celebrate in totally romantic ways.