Don't ask me who Paul Sweeney is – I couldn't tell you exactly. All I know is that today is my ninth wedding anniversary, and I've been trying to find an appropriate quote to celebrate the occasion. Surprisingly, it turned out to be a rather daunting task – until, that is, I stumbled upon this quote by one Paul Sweeney...
A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, trust, partnership, tolerance, and tenacity. The order varies for any given year.
Hilarious – and yet true – this quote got me thinking about anniversaries in general. Not just romantic ones, but all milestone markers: the anniversary of a particular career, a significant death, an important lifestyle change, or any momentous occasion that, in part, defines us authors and characters.
Do you celebrate any such anniversaries? If so, what?
(And, for goodness' sake, if anyone knows who Paul Sweeney is, please do share. I'm dying to know.)