Today’s post is a little deviation of what I normally do. I decided to do a quick Q&A with my hubs to change it up a bit. We are coming up on our 7th anniversary and I thought it would be fun to interview my husband and see what knowledge he can spread after 7 years of marriage.
When I think about 7 years, I think wow it’s been so long, but then I realize…wow! We have so much more to look forward to. I think it’s amazing that 11 years ago I found someone who loves me, makes me laugh, and makes me feel like the most beautiful woman in the world. There is so much to be grateful for when it comes to my partner in crime, but the best is that he lets me do every crazy thing that comes to mind…like this post. I hope you will all enjoy this fun yet slightly sentimental post. Enjoy!
Photography: NR Photos
Q: What’s the one thing you loved the most about dating?
A: Watching movies together, going to taco bell, and finding ½ off appetizers and Applebee’s
Q: What’s your favorite place we’ve visited?
A: Los Angeles, California & Amelia Island
Q: When did you first know you loved me?
A: When I saw that ass…I think I’ve always loved you.
Q: Who is the better driver?
A: You are!
Q: What’s your favorite thing about me?
A: Your innocent silliness.
Q: What’s your least favorite thing about me?
A: You don’t take criticism well.
Q: What do you love the most about being married?
A: Netflix & Chill.
Q: What do you love the least about being married?
A: That one time we had to pay taxes as opposed to getting a refund…lol.
Q: Who said I love you first?
A: I did!
Q: How much thought did you put into your proposal?
A: 4 months of planning for the ring, then the execution was not well thought out.
Q: Were you nervous on our first date? And why?
A: No, because by the time we had our first date you had rejected me 3 times.
Q: When did you first know that I was the one for you?
A: The moment I saw you…that ass. (I’m seeing a trend)
Q: What’s the best date we’ve ever been on?
A: The time that we had the spork discussion.
Q: What’s the best marriage advice for men?
A: Stay cool…don’t get mad.
Q: What’s the best marriage advice for women?
A: Learn how to take criticism well.