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45 Years

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September 1, 2015

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The low-down: I’m a wedding and content creator photographer in downtown Toronto. You’ll usually find me with a camera in one hand or a full glass of red wine. I capture fun, natural and bright images of really happy people. Stick around to explore all the pretty!

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This past weekend my parents celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary! It’s pretty incredible to even say the phrase and I feel so fortunate that I have parent’s who set such a great example of a lasting love. In light of this special milestone, I thought I’d share a few things I’ve taken note of over the years that seem to work for them and are sure to keep the love going strong:

– Golf together.

– Have your own interests.

– Always have a dog (or two) to love.

– Eat dinner together at the table.

– Try new things together, especially a wine course!

– Birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and Fridays are all meant to be celebrated. Enjoy them with champagne as much as possible.

– Surprise each other. Coming home with flowers, a golf club or donuts is always appreciated.

– Support each others passions or hobbies, even if they involve stamps.

– Go out on Christmas Eve and get all the discounted poinsettias for your wife.

– Hiding surprise gifts around the house should be done often.

– Cut your husbands hair… even if it’s the same hairstyle for the past 30 years.

– Travel often and try new things wherever you are, especially margarita happy hour.

– When your wife walks by, smack her butt.

– Set a movie night.

– Candles make things romantic.

– Say “I love you”.

– Kiss often, even when your kids yell out saying its gross.

 

 

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I’m a wedding and content creator photographer in downtown Toronto. You’ll usually find me with a camera in my hands or a full glass of red wine. I capture fun, natural and bright images of really happy people. Thanks for reading! 

I'M Laura

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