Thursday, January 17, 2008

Happy One Year for Lance & Nancy

Just a quick anniversary shout out to Lance and Nancy. You managed to survive your first year! Not too many adjustments I hope. I can't believe how quickly this last year has gone! I hope you're able to find some fun date night time this weekend. Enjoy the many more married years to come.


Jess and Jen said...

Boy, after three days in frigid Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and returning to 10 degrees (but not blowing!) in Salt Lake City, I would gladly make a trip to Tampa again this time of the year.

Congratulations on your first year of marriage. May you have many more!


Papa Doc and the Duke said...

I think it was just about this cold in Utah one year ago and we so enjoyed our visit to a warmer place. I look back on your marriage and realize that I really enjoyed our visit, loved the marriage and was so gratified to see the incredibly joyful face on such a beautiful bride as she said she would be Lance's wife.
We are so glad you are part of our family, Nancy!
May you have a joyful day together.
Mom C.

Mike and Adrianne said...

Happy Anniversary! I'm so glad you are married Lance--to Nancy. I don't know Nancy very well but I can see how happy you both are together. I love seeing happy couples. You are both awesome. Good luck with many more years to come.

Lokodi said...

dude! what can i guys rock. Lance, did you know you found the perfect person for you? really, you did. Congrats on the first year. It gets better from here on out.


Papa Doc and the Duke said...

Actually I love the both of you. You are not just a great couple, but are great as individuals. Nancy's parents did a wonderful job getting her ready for a wonderful young man. Now, I cannot wait for those wonderful grandkids. Did I say that? What could be the matter with me. It is just that every other grandkid has been so wonderful. I even like Caleb (if he is reading).

What a wonderful family I have! Lance and Nancy are not one of a kind, but are great ingredients in the mix. Happy anniversery to you.

Dad Clark