On our anniversary I wanted to share some facts about my lovely bride and what I know about making a relationship work.
Ashley works harder than anyone I know, even though everyone already thinks she's amazing at her job.
She dances in the grocery store aisles: I give her a dollar to stop.
This happens so often that I think it's really what's causing the economy
Our biggest fight was six years ago over how to load the dishwasher. It was a doozie.
And it was the only fight I ever won. So now, I load the dishwasher 100%
of the time. #Winner (Update: she loaded the dishwasher this morning while I was dozing and did a damn fine job.)
She's a better parent than I am.
If I could turn back time, I'd propose in some fantastically creative
way that required tons of planning, prep time, props and people. Like a
flash mob, but you know... cool.
She is WAY more forgiving than I am. WAAAAAAAAYYYYY more forgiving.
A lot of people don't know this, but Ashley and I broke up for a while
when we were dating. I call it "being on a break" (a la "Friends"). Ash
calls it "the six months I came to my senses."
She doesn't give herself enough credit. Ever.
I would do anything just to make her laugh.
Her taste and mine in music and movies don't really jive because she likes stuff that came out after 1997 and "Twilight."
Ashley makes great meatloaf, the best pumpkin pie and really good-looking babies.
She doesn't realize that she could have done SO much better than me. But don't tell her.
I can't think of a single time that she's ever said "No" when someone asked her for help.
I've made a lot of mistakes in my life. Choosing to be with her was not one of them.