Treasure Island

Toshie Nohara


Our 48th Wedding Anniversary


Happy Wedding Anniversary, Darling
Oh, how it snowed on our honeymoon in Hakone
Forty-eight winters passed
Our hair has grown white as snow these days,
yet our hearts are warm.

Oh, this Special Day Today I heartily thank
God for teaching me how
to be a wife worthy of His
praise
Let us thank
God for His love and amazing
grace
I pray each day of
our married life be
meaningful,
prayerful,
cheerful,
hopeful as we
share the
journey together with
joy and laughter
remembering to be
faithful,
honest,
trustworthy
believing in peace and
unity from our
heart
And to remind each
other from falling into
sin
So let's remember to
live and help each
other to grow
old
gracefully
To enjoy our
family,
children,
sons-in-law, and
grandchildren
To be a good
example of a loving marriage.

Submitted: Friday, March 07, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 07, 2014

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