A Love Story

Today is our 25th anniversary, so I thought a love story would be in order…

A 55 pound tortoise who lives in the zoo in Jerusalem, Israel, is paraplegic, that is her hind legs don’t move. But recently custom fit with a skateboard, Aravat isn’t staying home anymore. Now she ventures out all the time and has attracted a mate. There is a male tortoise that follows her around constantly and won’t let her alone… She is just too hot… too hip… with her shiny new skateboard! The guy tortoise is crazy about her.

Ah, the joys of love and skateboards…

Read the story here.

You can read our love story in a post I wrote last August called, Sizzling.

Oh, and to my sweetheart of 25 years… I may not have a shiny, new skateboard, but you still make my heart go pitter patter.

Happy Anniversary!

6 Comments Add yours

  1. ~Cas~ says:

    Bonnie I believe you and Wayne are a wonderful example of what God intended for married couples. A joining of two hearts equally partnered to walk the journey God has laid out before them, determined to see His will fulfilled not only in your own lives but, the lives of those around you. You are an amazing couple!

  2. Syble says:

    The thing I remember about 25 years ago is how your face was literally shining as you walked down the aisle and how Wayne, standing at the alter was smiling from ear to ear. What wonderful things God hath done!! I’m so proud of you and so grateful for your love and friendship. Your lives together and seperate are a wonderful example to the Body of Christ.
    Thank you,

  3. Denise Lee says:

    Happy 25th Anniversary! What a wonderful partnership-God is so good!

  4. Wayne Wilks says:

    Bonnie, I am so grateful for you–God’s gift to me!! Thank you for honoring me as your husband in your life and in your phenomenal writings. May our lives together continue to bring glory to God while he gives us breath. Happy 25th Anniversery!

  5. Snigdha says:

    Makes you realise that beyond external appearances, what exists underneath the skin is far more important.

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