We have been married for 9 years, but we have been together for 15. Weíre still best friends even after all this time. We understand how important a solid foundation is in any relationship. Our relationship has been built on a foundation of true and honest friendship since the start. Weíve been together for most of our life. As we have grown, so has our relationship.
We are a family with strong values and an unwavering sense of commitment and devotion. Our core values of honesty, trust, respect, dedication, and compassion serve as the guiding foundation for all that we do.
We share a deep and solid relationship that radiates happiness and love. We respect each other as individuals and we admire each otherís strengths. People always comment about how great we seem to fit together. Often, you can find us finishing each otherís sentences.
Our strengths and weaknesses compliment each other in a miraculous way. Where I am weak, Sean is strong. He is the rational, logical, practical side to us. I am the dreamer, the intuitive and perceptive part. We just fit. One half to make the whole. I cannot think of any other way to adequately describe it.
Our biggest strength as a couple is our ability to communicate with one another about all things, whether important or trivial. We tell each other everything and really do consider each other our best friend. We are usually teasing and picking on one another. We like that we can be our goofy selves around each other. We are really good at reading each other and picking up on what the other needs.
We definitely know how to laugh and have a good time, whether weíre at the beach, visiting the aquarium, at the movies, or just at home reading a good book. We always enjoy each otherís company. It would be interesting if we didnít because we have spent the last 10 years working together at the same company!