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But my preference is, do what you want, behave according to your instincts, and I'll make a decision based on that information.
*The most exciting thing about He Said, She Said is wondering if we’ll still be married by the end of each post!
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We both write on the same topic but only get to read the other’s work after it’s published.* This He Said / She Said post is inspired by a question from Sonia of Sonia Styling who asked: We wouldn’t be Mr and Mrs Romance without an alarming number of romantic dates to celebrate, would we?!
I like to celebrate at any opportunity, so the more the merrier.
If you're still having trouble, then simply disable the Wordfence advanced blocking and you will still benefit from the other security features that Wordfence provides. But just because you get married doesn’t mean you have to forget the special day you met, or kissed, or you know — yadda yadda yadda. They should celebrate the shit out of each other if they want. It would also get really annoying for the people around you who have to listen to you talk about it: ETC. To the public, a married couple should get one anniversary.I'm the type of girl who seizes every occasion to celebrate something.I have even been to a cat's birthday party that, admittedly, was lame.
If you’re the type of couple who’s never home at the same time, spend your anniversary on the couch with takeout, plenty of wine, and a series you both love on Netflix or Redbox. Pick a town, a city, or cool attraction (like California’s Cabazon Dinosaurs, above!