Adam Dzialo

Adam Dzialo
Our son, Adam Dzialo, age 30

Monday, August 29, 2011

Happy Anniversary to US!!

       Well, this was/is a match made in heaven...and as of August 29 (today), it's now 30 years...we have been through a lot together especially with the cute blond boy in this picture.  And yes, we were once young despite what we appear to be now.  I don't think life is short...this family picture seems about 10,000 eons ago.  But then, time is relative....

Aimee, Sharon, Adam, Phil Dzialo

       To demonstrate the intensity of our journey, we actually thought last year was number 30  and celebrated it with an "elegant dinner on the Cape Cod Mystery Train."  Big Mistake!  Dinner on an antique rail car is not really fun. 
       Love is not measured by time, or any single definable factor or moment or action.  As Adam has always communicated to all..."Love is being there, especially when you don't have to ..."    That's all there is to it folks, it's really that fundamentally simple.  You don't need a self-help book, novel or intense psychotherapy.  Definitions are meant to be simple.
       Here's to another 30; maybe we'll get the date right then!


     

7 comments:

  1. Happy Anniversary!! It's so true, love is being there, especially when you don't have to....perfect definition!

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  2. Happy Anniversary! I hope you and Sharon had a lovely day! I am glad the weather is better there today.

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  3. Happy Anniversary to a spectacularly beautiful couple. I raise my glass to you both and to your dear children, too.

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  4. They say the first thirty are the toughest.

    I think to find an adequate partner and to stay with them for long is a rarity. I'm very happy to see that Adam's accident solidified what otherwise might have been broken asunder.

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  5. I just love hearing about wonderful, happy relationships like yours. It's even more incredible when you take into account the huge obstacles you've encountered and keep experiencing. I, too,have been blessed with 25 amazing years with my beautiful husband. I can't imagine how hard it would be to get through our many trials and tribulations without that other person by your side. Congratulations - and wishing you many, many more wonderful years of togetherness.

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  6. Thanks all!! Eric says the first thirty years are the toughest...that data must come from our being half a world apart. The average marriage in the U.S. last 11 years. The 25 year mark as attained by 33% (congratulations, Marcelle); and the 30 year mark by abut 25%. The U.S. is not a leader in relationship longevity...Warm regards to all!

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