Monday, 15 July 2013

Happy Anniversary Hummy!

"If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you''  


My all time fave...this all my heart wants to say...truly hon...I really think I cannot live without YOU, and Sophie of course...Just thinking about losing both of you makes my heart break,call me paranoid,,call me crazy, call me maybe...^^ hehe..I love you sooooo much ...I really can't Thank God enough for giving me the most precious,priceless,extravagant,big ticket,high-end,premium gift one could ever have.You are a wonderful husband,A responsible,caring,loving and patient man. gwapo pa *wink* LUCKY ME I have you... ^^. Happy 4th year Wedding Anniversary..I know we still have a lot to discover and to learn in this wonderful journey of our life after marriage.


Anyway, I read this story on the web..It was the story behind my favorite love quote. (Can you still remember? 5 years ago when we had our first fight as girlfriend and boyfriend, I thought we're on the brink of breaking up then,Well,I was about to give up but I realized how much I love you so i went to your workplace and gave you 3 Kenny Roger's Roasters muffins and a coupon. on it, That quote was written.It was also a sorry letter for what i had done.)




"If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you''.. 



Zeus and Hermes, disguised as peasants, were once wandering about on Earth
and started asking at people's doors if they could spend the night in their homes. Everywhere they were rejected, until they stumbled on the humble home of an old couple by the names of Philemon and Baucis. The couple gave them food and shelter and took their hospitality beyond what they could really afford. After a while Baucis noticed that though she kept pouring wine, the pitcher never got empty. The couple suddenly realised they were hosting gods and begged mercy for the inadequacy of their hospitality. The gods decided to reward their sense of hospitality by granting them one wish. The couple consulted each other and wished that when their time came, they would die at the exact same time so that neither of them would have to go through the grief of losing their beloved. The gods granted that wish and when they died changed their bodies into intertwining trees so that even in death they would not be separated.( GOOGLE )


    With love,
      Jenny

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