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Happy Birthday To My Wife

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Published on: 2016.09.19

Marline and I at Ecola State Park, Oregon (Copyright © 2016 by Rebecca L. Fry.) I often hear: “I can’t imagine life without her” (or him). This is not true in my case. I can indeed imagine life without my wife. As a stay-at-home father of two, I often do imagine life without her. For[…]

My Ten Best Years So Far

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Published on: 2016.06.06

10 Years Ago Today, Key West, Florida, just minutes after our wedding (Copyright © 2006 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.)   Ten Years. It only seems like a long time because it’s nearly a fourth of my life, nearly a third of my wife’s life. The longer we’re together, the less it makes[…]

2015.08.20.TH

Three days in one entry: anniversary of meeting, swimming, bedtime, Thursday weather, videos

2014.09.19

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Published on: 2014.09.20

Today is my wife’s birthday. She’s already enjoyed both gifts we bought for ourselves recently: the new blender and the FryDaddy. She’s more beautiful than ever before and will always be nine years younger than I am. :-) At breakfast, RLF got out of her chair and said she had to show me something. She[…]

2014.09.19: Images

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Published on: 2014.09.19

My wife’s 33rd birthday (Copyright © 2014 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.)   In this entry: ➤ 1 image from today ➤ 9 images from “same day, different year”

2014.08.18: Images

RnB run through the sofa tunnel I made for them — RLF knocked down BWF right after this image (Copyright © 2014 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.)   In this entry: ➤ 9 images from today ➤ 10 images from “same day, different year”

We Haven’t Changed A Bit. Okay, A Bit.

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Published on: 2014.08.18

Marline on the escalator (Copyright © 2005 by Wil C. Fry.) Nine years ago today, I met my wife in person for the first time. I first saw her coming down the escalator at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City. She was talking on the phone to her roommate Valentina; just as I snapped[…]

It’s The Differences That Make Us ‘Us’

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Published on: 2014.08.11

Gas price nine years ago today, Seminole, Okla. (Copyright © 2005 by Wil C. Fry.) Nine years ago today, I was still seven days shy of meeting my wife in person. I knew I’d found someone special because of the conversations we had, both via email and via telephone. Especially telephone. Because I could (and[…]

The Week My Life Changed Forever

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Published on: 2014.08.10

My wife, 10 months ago (Copyright © 2013 by Wil C. Fry.) Nine years ago today, I’d known my future wife for all of 11 days, but only by telephone and internet. The day I met her in person was still eight days in my future. I was in a good place in my life,[…]

2014.06.06: After Eight Years

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Published on: 2014.06.06

Eight years ago today, I walked into a squat courthouse in Key West, Fla., with a beautiful young woman holding my hand. For $123, we were legally married in the state of Florida, including a brief ceremony by a deputy court clerk. June 6, 2006 First photo with my brand new wife, in Key West,[…]

Sept. 19, 2013: Happy Birthday To Her

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Published on: 2013.09.19

Rebecca reacts to the taste of mashed potatoes (Copyright © 2013 by Wil C. Fry. All rights reserved.) In this entry: ➤ Birthday for the wife ➤ Notes on the day ➤ Weather ➤ ❷ images  

Almost Six Years

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Published on: 2012.06.01

My wife and I will celebrate the sixth anniversary of our marriage on June 6, 2012. So yes, we were married on 6/6/6 and this is 6 years later. Lots of sixes.

Tomorrow

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Published on: 2008.09.18

The song says “tomorrow is just a day away.” Right now, though, it’s only a few minutes away. And in New York, tomorrow has already started. (The same goes for Europe, and everything else that’s east of here.) And tomorrow — Sept. 19, 2008 — my wife will turn 27. The following day, I’ll be[…]

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