S: Our 40th Anniversary
1: Celebrating our 40th Anniversary
2: ~ Love ~ True love stories never have endings. ~Richard Bach
3: An anniversary is a time to celebrate the joys of today, the memories of yesterday, and the hopes of tomorrow.
4: Love begins in a moment, grows over time, and lasts for eternity.
7: It doesn't matter where you go in life, what you do ..... it's who you have beside you.
8: We have changed over the years, but the sparkle in your eyes is as bright as ever, and my love for you is even stronger.
10: Side by side, year by year...
11: Knowing you will be with me in all my tomorrows, makes my today so wonderful.
13: It doesn't matter where you go in life, what you do ..... it's who you have beside you.
14: We are living happily ever after...
15: Together is the best place to be!
19: “The most wonderful of all things in life, I believe, is the discovery of another human being with whom one's relationship has a growing depth, beauty, and joy as the years increase. This inner progressiveness of love between two human beings is a most marvelous thing; it cannot be found by looking for it or by passionately wishing for it. It is a sort of divine accident, and the most wonderful of all things in life.”
21: There is no feeling more comforting and consoling than knowing you are right next to the one you love.
23: Picture Information Cover & page 3: Our Wedding Portrait Pages 2, 4-7: Flowers outside, and our rooms at Abilene's Victorian Inn Bed & Breakfast in Abilene, KS Pages 8-9: The old St. Joseph's Catholic Church on a country road south of Junction City. Pages 10-11: Eisenhuts' tombstones in the Templin Cemetery southwest of Alma, including Rebecca's great-grandparents; Dave changing the tire; the Saddlerock Cafe in Council Grove; and the barn, turned museum, at Tall Grass Prairie National Preserve, north of Strong City on Hwy 177. Pages 12-15: More of the Homestead and surrounding buildings at Tall Grass Prairie National Preserve. Pages 16-22: In and around the Seeley Mansion in Abilene, including the basement bowling where we each had a turn.