THE ANNIVERSARY BOUQUET – Marilyn Armstrong

The 29th Anniversary Bouquet

And so our anniversary came and went. As have the other 28 anniversaries. It’s a bit hard to believe it has gone so fast. Next year, thirty. One of the zero years. Maybe we’ll do something bigger. Or maybe not. Somebody better throw us a party because I’m too tired to do it myself.

Garry had really gone in to get me another orchid, but the ones left were kind of dry and tired looking. I’d been explaining to him that when you look to buy a growing plant, you don’t look for the largest or showiest plant. You look for one that has young leaves and new roots coming up. Preferably rather than full flowering, you want buds that will fill out.

He realized I probably knew what I meant … so he went with the bouquet. It’s glorious and the color or Autumn in the sunshine.

I used to love giving parties. I like giving them a lot better than going to one because if I gave it, at least I knew everyone.

A rose is a rose?
More bouquet. This one is a beauty!

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

27 thoughts on “THE ANNIVERSARY BOUQUET – Marilyn Armstrong”

  1. Gosh, 29! An old hand! Congratulations to you both, those flowers look lovely, nice photos. We don’t normally bother but were 20 this year, we went to lunch at a “cat cafe”. Until then, I never knew that a cat would try to steal nachos!

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  2. Happy Anniversary! Twenty nine years is a respectable number…thirty? Wow. Those flowers were beautiful, proving to me that your husband has impeccable taste. Look who he married after all! 🙂

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