Day 2588: We

Over the past seven years, I have written many blog posts with “We” in the title, including:

Do we agree that I’ve written lots of posts about “We”?

Here’s a short poem titled “We.”

We

by Ann Koplow

“We” is my favorite pronoun.

It’s much better than “I.”

We are taking vows today

Which will last until we die.

Are we ready for my photos from yesterday?

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We (Michael and I) love Jane, the realtor who helped us find the home where we are so happy and who sent us a card, flowers,  gingerbread cookies, and cookie-decorating materials yesterday to celebrate our wedding, which is today!

We wish you could all be there to celebrate with us, but we’re told that we can bring only twelve people with us to the civil ceremony.

Here‘s the “We” song I choose for today’s “We” post.

 

We belong together and I am so grateful for you and for us!


* We** are particularly proud of Day 759: We go on.

** We are comfortable, sometimes, using the royal we.

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39 thoughts on “Day 2588: We

  1. You are a student and a scholar of we, a teacher and a witness. How beautiful and full hearted I feel it is that we are celebrating you and Michael – and yes, Aaron, today –
    JOY!

  2. Congratulations to you and Michael on your big day! “We” is indeed a fine pronoun but I also like “y’all” which is inclusive, and I wish y’all a very happy wedding and marriage.

  3. this gave me ‘we’ chills. I am so happy for you/we!!!

  4. May we last a long time

  5. I returned to Day 759 and found that I remembered nearly all of it — the blizzard, your tests, and the cardiologist who was so tragically killed. But I’d forgotten that the setting was a Children’s hospital. I am glad that your heart was successfully treated and hope that today, for your wedding, you have fair weather.

    Ann, I wish you and Michael happiness, good health, and the best kind of adventures together. I really like the way that the two of you, together, are changing the narrative and making the world a better place. Mazel tov to you, Michael and Aaron. I can’t wait to see some photos!

  6. Eleanor

    What a wonderful day! So many wishes to you and Michael on your marriage day.
    Happy wedding — I know today will be filled with love and hopefully lots of laughs.
    Peace and love, Eleanor

  7. puella33

    I agree, “we” is an unselfish word, it’s a word of unity, and a word of entity. I wish you both well.

  8. Congratulations! Enjoy your day 🙂

  9. So wonderful being a we! Congratulations Ann and Michael. Have a fun day. Smiling from ear to ear 💝💝

  10. Wish all of you the best and enjoy your day, Ann 😀

  11. Maria Talbott

    Congratulations, Ann & Michael! So happy for you! We wish you joy!

  12. We (using the Royal We), are very happy for you and Michael and your whole circle of family and friends celebrating your nuptials today. Congratulations!

  13. We like this blog and by we I mean me, just saying

  14. Congratulations! I’m so happy for you and Michael, one of the nicest we couples.

  15. Congrats Ann!

  16. To you, Ann and Michael!

  17. Again, congrats on your WEdding! Wishing you & Michael love, joy, laughter and happiness always.
    ❤❤❤❤❤❤ʕ•̫͡•ʔ❤ʕ•̫͡•ʔ❤❤❤❤❤v

  18. Pingback: Day 2589: Why we love weddings | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  19. You DO belong together, Ann. What an exciting way to begin a new year, together sharing life in a new level of stated commitment. I am SO happy for you both. xx

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