It’s another edition of What’s On My Wall today on It’s Just Life. I love to see what is on other people’s walls and this is a chance for my readers to get a glimpse into my home and what is important to me.
Tomorrow on the 18th Mr. Diamond and I will celebrate 35 years of wedded bliss. I blinked and it was 35 years later.
It seems only fitting to share one of my favorite things that is on my wall.
I found the frame at a really great little shop called Urban Finds and Bistro when we lived in Iowa. Of course I wrote a blog post about the shop and you read it here. The Outlet Center at Medford was a short drive from our home and I found myself there often. It was a nice stop on the way to and from the Minneapolis airport.
I had to have this frame when I saw it. It is the perfect description of how I feel about our marriage. Add a copy of one of our wedding photos and it is complete.
Happy early anniversary to my sweetheart who means more to me than words can say. I am feeling quite blessed today.
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What a perfect frame! Happy Anniversary to a great couple. To find the perfect mate is indeed a blessing. Hugs to you both. <3
Thanks so much, Darlene. It is perfect in all ways and yes–finding the perfect mate is a huge blessing.
All the best to you and Chris! And soon you will be celebrating another marriage!
Thanks so much. And yes!!! Sooner than we know it!
I love this shop, just a short drive from my home (as you know). Now I will need to search for that frame because, yeah, I love it.
Happy 35th anniversary to you and Mr. Diamond. I understand the “blink” and 35 years have passed.
It’s the perfect shop, isn’t it? Got the frame probably 4 years ago but they might still be featuring the artist/crafter that did them so check it out sometime.
So lovely to see a marriage like yours! Happy Anniversary to you both!
Thanks so much, Dawn!
Sweet frame and photo! Happy Anniversary!
Thank you so much, Dianna. We are truly blessed.
I can’t give you too many happy anniversary wishes! This makes me miss our drives past Medford.
I loved that place and thanks for the sweet wishes. Miss you, my friend.