Good Fortune..

We just stopped for Vietnamese on the way home. I have yummy fried noodles with chicken, shrimp, cabbage and broccoli for my food loving pregnant ladies out there. Anyhoo. We got fortune cookies at checkout just as we always do, Dave and I have an interesting history with fortune cookies. Back when we were friends, we ordered Chinese in and Dave got a fortune that said "Stop seeking out happiness, it is right before you" haha, now happily married, we joke that the fortune cookie set us up.

Anyhow-here is today’s fortunes.
Dave’s-The current year will bring you much happiness.
Mine-Others appreciate you more then you think.

Can’t ask for a nicer fortune then that. Those one’s are going on the office bulletin board.
 

Younger, happier and more naive, but just as in love as we are today.

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About mommamaynard

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” — Albert Einstein. When it feels like your world has been shattered, and you have reached rock bottom, you must make a choice: Stay where you are and fade away, or keep moving forward. Thankfully I chose to move forward and was blessed with the two most wonderful children after the death of my first in early labor. Things are looking up.

Posted on November 14, 2008, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. What a sweet photo. Now I’m wanting some chinese…

  2. You two look so in love ❤
    And I am so jealous of your food! It sounds sooooo good. I love Vietnamese but living in the sticks has the downside that “asian” food means greasy noodles and fried chicken and that does not bode well for pregnant bellies. Or anyone with a decent palate.

    • Ya Halifax is amazingly good for yummy diverse foods. Our new house is in Dartmouth, Halifax’s adjoining twin city, but it’s riddiculous we are 10 minutes from Downtown Halifax. I love it here. I have everything I had in Toronto on a much calmer, smaller scale, perfect. Also the ability to live comfortably on a normal salary is a huge bonus. In Toronto we had a family income of 70k a year and lived in the ghetto.

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