Anniversaries
Rebecca & Dustin • 2 Years

Jan 14, 2014
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We asked this cute couple:

How did you two meet? Tell us your story.

I had seen Dustin around Boulder for years before we met but was always too nervous to talk to him. Eventually he started working with a friend of mine and I had her introduce us. We have pretty much been together every day since. That was 6 years ago.

What do you love most about each other?

Dustin is truly the most loving person I have ever met. He is selfless and accepting and I have never felt like he wanted me to be anything but I what I am. When I asked Dustin what he loved most about me he said that I was his best friend. He is a man of few words, haha.

What have you learned in your years of marriage?

I have learned that it is important to interact with life/marriage as its own entity and not as some idea you have in your mind. Nothing is perfect and expectations are rarely ever truly met but if you look at your life as it is happening it makes it easier to be grateful for what you have.

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