Happy 3rd Anniversary My Love!

A letter to my wife on our 3rd wedding anniversary!

Even before I knew you, I was head over heels in love with you.

I went through my life feeling a void. I knew something amazing and unbelievable was missing, I just didn’t know what it was.

The day that I saw you was the day I had my first true feelings for love, I literally couldn’t breathe and didn’t want to breathe until I could hear just one word of your heavenly voice.

When you did finally talked to me, I couldn’t hear any sound from the rest of the world you might have observed this during our first talk at your home, your voice was in my head and it pierced my heart, I couldn’t believe this moment was really happening at that time.

From that day on I had a mission, I had to get to know you, I had to become friend with the love of my life, I couldn’t think of anything else. I even proclaimed that I would marry you one day only an hour after meeting you! Ha Ha.. 😀

But all knows you had put me on hold for teasing me by not saying yes soon, you have taken almost 3 month to say yes.😀❤️

You didn’t know what to think of me as we got to know each other; it’s because I just didn’t know how to act. How could my words and actions justify being able to even exist in front of your absolute beauty? I measured myself by if I filled the boxes you set forth.

We got past that awkward phase that day some how; I finally got enough courage to talk to you on our second meeting at Surat, but every time my heart-felt like it was going to burst. We would talk for hours upon hours, and I never wanted to hang up. I was Noops Mihir already all over again and again.

We talked and talked, we got to know each other better, we knew where things were leading, and it just made sense. I had you, you had me, God had us!

I knew what I wanted, I knew what would make my life complete: YOU! So it was time for me to man up, it was time to make our bond an eternal bond. I verbalized what my heart already knew, that you were the only one for me.

The rest is history right?;

We got married and lived happily ever after now with our Amazing Raag❤️

This isn’t a movie and I have to tell the truth. We got married 2 years later; we were a couple of love birds who already had lived life, but only wanted to live the rest of our lives side by side.

There were so many amazing times, but just like in any relationship, there are also some rough times. We started to understand the words, “for better or worse”. We definitely found out what they mean and are still learning.

So after all we’ve been through in the last three years, this is my love letter to you, which is really my promise and a confirmation of my vows to my girl.

For the rest of the time the Lord gives us together, I’m not going to settle into a comfortable lifestyle. I’m going to do all the things I should be doing.

I’m going to listen to you more. I’m going to discover the words beyond them audibly; I’m going to hear the true meaning. I am going to see you, and always see the beauty that you bring into my life.

I going to put you first in all that I do,;

I’m going to experience Fatherhood completely with you. I know how hard you work being mother, and I know that you need a break; I’m always going to be your break.

When you are struggling, I’m going to do everything in my power to make you feel better atleast.

You were the best thing that has ever happened to my life Noops and I’m going to prove that by how I act and treat hopefully you agree too here,;

3 years ago today you made me the happiest man in the world,

I love you!

Happy Anniversary!

With all my love,

Your Hubby

Nice family pic .

Nice post . Happy anniversary nice couple 👌

This is awesome !!!!

Happy anniversary & Thanks for sharing..

Thanks 👍😌

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