Aniversario

This weekend Yoli and I celebrated our fifth anniversary. Ours is a little atypical … the celebration spreads out over 3 days since that’s how we got married. Day One, the wedding ceremony in Bolivia; Day Two, the flight back to the U.S.; Day Three, the actual legal marriage in Coral Gables, Fla. and the start of our honeymoon.

It’s always fun to remember those times and laugh about all the visa paperwork, the way I massively sunburned my legs the day before the Bolivian ceremony, and how cold it was during our honeymoon at Clearwater Lake in Piedmont, Mo.

Five years later we’ve got our own house, two beautiful girls and another baby on the way, good jobs that we enjoy, and family and friends we love.

It’s probably appropriate that our anniversary is always so close to Thanksgiving. Indeed we have so much to be thankful for.

About Josh Renaud

I'm the Emperor of the Renaud Empire, which is to say that I'm the husband of a Boliviana and the father of three daughters and one son. When I'm not conquering lands and expanding borders, I'm a newspaper designer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Find me on Twitter (@Kirkman) or Google+.
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3 Responses to Aniversario

  1. judi says:

    Josh and Yoli, it’s hard to believe it’s been five years. Congratulations and best wishes for each year to come! I remember folowing your weblog accounts of the wedding(s) and also attending the reception at your parents’ home. Blessings and enjoy your Thanksgiving celebration.

  2. Jo Ann says:

    Congrats on 5 years! Isn’t it amazing how much can change in your lives in 5 short years!!!! 1000 Blessings for you and your family!

  3. Josh Renaud says:

    Thanks Judi and Jo Ann. Our Thanksgiving was a lot of fun… That full house (four toddlers, six grownups) was really rockin’.

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