Takin’ a break for a special occasion…

Rather than attempt to impart words of wisdom about writing, I’m going to spend that time with the love of my life, Annie. It is, after all, our anniversary–fifty fantastic years!

I could go on at length about what makes her special and how much she supports me in my writing, editing, and teaching efforts, but that’s not why you dropped by. So, instead of carrying on further, I’ll just post a photo of the two of us.

I promise to return to business as usual next week. ‘Til then, stay well and keep writing!

–Josh

 

About joshlangston

Grateful and well-loved husband, happy grandparent, novelist, editor, and teacher. My life plate is full, and I couldn't be happier. Anything else I might add would be anticlimactic. Cheers!
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22 Responses to Takin’ a break for a special occasion…

  1. Don says:

    And a very Happy Anniversary. Congrats on 50 happy years.

  2. marcy5561 says:

    Happy Anniversary! Reading “The 12,000 Year Old Whisper” on kindle-Got kind of snowed in for the day so perfect reading weather:)

  3. Gerald Flinchum says:

    Time really flies when you’re having fun! 50 years a milestone, Congrats Josh & Annie.

  4. sonyabravermanaolcom says:

    Awwww. That’s sweet. Keep up the good work as a writer, teacher, and husband!

  5. polinto says:

    Congratulations! What a wonderful thing to celebrate.

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  6. Bob Williamson says:

    Congrats to you both.

    Hard time to celebrate such an important anniversary. At least you have each other. That’s what matters.

  7. Barry says:

    Congrats Josh and Annie. Enjoy the day – maybe even a sip or two of vino.

  8. Happy 50th to you and Annie! Enjoy your celebration and planning that next trip.

  9. Neely Denney says:

    Congratulations to ya’ll- you make a great couple!

  10. Alice Carnahan says:

    Congratulations to two wonderful people on such a major milestone! Alice and George

  11. Happy 50th Anniversary. Cheers to long-lasting and enduring marriages.

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