Thursday, June 19, 2008

I Love A Parade

There's a big parade today in Boston! Ostensibly, it's to celebrate the Celtics winning the NBA championship, but I think that's just a cover. Why? Because the REAL reason to celebrate is that Steve and I were married four years ago today!!! Now I realize that four years isn't all that big a deal in the history of long marriages. But if you know a bit about me and my relationship history, you understand that this qualifies as an official miracle. (I'm expecting a certificate verifying this miraculous status to be Fed-Exed from heaven later this afternoon :) )

In lieu of a newsy post, here's a link to a fun interview I did yesterday with Debbie Chavez. It gives a bit of background on how I went from a will-try-anything spiritual searcher attempting to connect with my inner woman through interpretive dance workshops (um, embarrassing!) to finding real happily ever after.

(And the wacky news she shares right before the interview is PRICELESS. You'll love the piece about "EMMA.")

Happy Thursday!

12 comments:

Sarakastic said...

Congrats to you & steve & the celtics

JP said...

I love parades, too!

L Sass said...

Happy Anniversary! I'd definitely pretend that it was an anniversary parade. Didn't you have a Celtics themed wedding, anyway?

Larramie said...

Aw, THAT parade was meant for you and Steve, Trish. Celebrate well!

heidikins said...

Happy Anniversary!!! Best wishes to you and Steve (and to the Celtics, ya know, for next year.)

xox

Liza said...

Congrats to you & Steve!

Swishy said...

Ahhhh ... happy anniversary! AND happy NBA championship!

Rachel said...

Congrats! Happy Anniversary!

Em said...

Yay!! Happy Anniversary! Four years IS a big deal!! ..every year is a big deal:) We're happy to celebrate with you. I'm having a glass of wine right now, toasting you and your wonderful husband!!

yay for the Celtics, too! How nice of them to throw you a parade!

Alyssa Goodnight said...

Happy Anniversary!! I read the book--every anniversary is a milestone! ;) Have fun!

Barrie said...

Belated congrats. Every year counts! And I'm so glad Boston recognizes this. :)

LEstes65 said...

I had to cut a work conference call short so they could all go to the windows to watch the parade. I miss that aspect of working on Boylston.