Yesterday was the third anniversary day of the day Cameron, Sam and I eloped. You may remember we had a family camping honeymoon at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. I greatly appreciate that while each of the couples in this group of three have their own unique, special relationship, we became an official family together.
Before long, Sam (who will be 11 next month) will be even more independent and spending more time with others. But for now, he's still a snuggler and I'm soaking it up. I'm so thankful to have Cameron's friendship, companionship, partnership and love and look forward to growing even closer in the coming years as we have more couple time.
Today is the second anniversary of the day we arrived in California. This blog has been a celebration of that event.
In a few minutes, Sam and I are heading into the city for the Juneteenth street fair. We hope to learn, enjoy ourselves and do a bit of recruiting for CASA. It is hot. Wish us luck.
Check out Cam's blog where he touches on how we celebrated some of these things and passes on the message, "Darling, do not to fear what you don't really know."