November 25, 2016
On this 16th anniversary of the day I married my Guy, I decided to ask him some questions commonly asked by immigration to verify that your marriage is legitimate and was not a ploy to gain entry into the US.
(FYI: Guy is a permanent resident of the US. Maybe some day he’ll apply for citizenship, so I figure we better start coordinating our answers.)
Where did you meet?
What did the two of you have in common? Ummmm….after contemplation, “She’s what makes my heart sing.” ❤️ 🎶 (It took him a few years to realize this, but he’s pretty sure I’m a good catch now.)
Did your parents approve of the marriage? Mine yes. Hers no. (Not true. Mom is a huge fan. The jury is still out on Dad, but he tolerates him as well as any dad can a son-in-law. 😆)
How many alarm clocks do you set in the morning? One…my wife. ⏰
What do each of you eat for breakfast? My wife makes the most wonderful eggs every day. I’m happy to sit and wait for them. 🍳 🙄 #truth
Does your spouse drink coffee? Black and thick enough to put hair on your chest. ☕️ (No hair on my chest, but I do like it black.)
Where do you keep the spare toilet paper? We usually run out. Then there’s a panic. 🚽😳
Looks like I’ll keep him. He seems to know a lot about me and he certainly knows a lot about Us. It’s not always perfect, but it’s our perfect.