Not surprisingly, Ethan didn’t prepare me a gift for our 3rd wedding anniversary even though I have sent him a small gift and a card to show my thanks for three years accompany. But, none of this shit matters.
Three years ago today I woke up at 3:00 in the morning. I was getting married. Then, I went into the bathroom, and started brushing my teeth. I looked into the mirror and was already smiling. I’d been waiting for this day for a long time. And Ethan just showed up the door of my bedroom. He arrived an hour early as scheduled. Maybe, he was eager to bring me home. I was 24 at that time. That’s pretty young, but certainly old enough to get married.
When Ethan and I met we were 16, senior year of high school. We both tried hard for the college entrance examination. Hard work produced good results. Ethan entered the Nanjing Audit Institute and I was going to Nanjing University of finance and economics. Then the story begins.
Here’s a few photos to show you what we’ve been doing this weekend.
Being a new mom and working full time, I’m staying super busy! But I had a quiet afternoon. Sunday morning, Ethan gets up early, watching TV, playing with our son, and waiting for me to wake up. After lunch, Ethan is reading books, and taking some notes from reading. And my son is napping. I lay down beside my son, and watching them. It’s a quiet afternoon. No words, but I like the feeling. I had that same feeling three years ago, and I still have that today.
Life goes by so quickly, and by the time we got married, we’d already been together for three years. And we will live together for another 3 years, or 30 years, or lifetime.