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Dana Perino Wedding Pictures : It feels like we’ve been married for 20 years. Forever.
And there’s no time at all.

18. I made the best decision of my life.

17. And, on sometimes, the most difficult thing I’ve ever done.

16. However, it is also the most gratifying.

Dana Perino Wedding Pictures : Personal Life, and Husband

Dana Perino Wedding Pictures

15. It’s still a stretch. What if I didn’t make the flight or was given a different seat? After those thoughts, I had to remind myself that I was the second-to-last person to board. He was the last to leave. “Oh,” he said when he saw my ticket. “I’m seated next to HER.” Seats 13A and 13C are available. And that was the end of it. It was love at first sight.

14. Life becomes ordinary and comfortable.

13. Even yet, if I know he’ll be seeing me after work, I feel excited — my stomach flips every time.

12. Familial bond — I sensed that from the minute we married. “Now we are family,” she says, referring to the transition from dating to living together. That is critical.

Henry, and now Jasper, are the eleventh and eleventh dogs. They’re also family.

My mother laughs at my mother-in-jokes. law’s My sister and niece, who can tell Peter anything, and my father, who has always been supportive of us despite our 18-year age gap (Peter says I look well for my age – ha). His two children, twins from his daughter. They refer to me as Grandma America. It has a nice ring to it.

9. Pals – the friends we had when we were single are now our friends when we’re married. We have too many friends who have become family to count, but we can count on them. And we’re always making new friends. That is also critical.

8. September 11th, 2001 – America was assaulted. We used to reside in San Diego. It’s very lovely. We’re settling into our teeny-tiny new digs. “However, we need to return to Washington,” says the narrator. That is exactly what we did.

7. Career changes — I couldn’t have done it all without him. I’d never met George W. Bush before we married, and then his administration offered me the opportunity of a lifetime. “I’ll manage everything here – you go,” he responded when Fox News invited him to come up for this temporary show (7 years ago), “The Five.” As a result, I didn’t have to be concerned. He gave me the opportunity to shine.

6. Speaking of which, I have English Breakfast tea with honey every morning. There is no one who can make things better.

5. Being able to place restaurant orders for each other. That is what trust is all about!

4. Overcoming fears – mine, financial; his, that I wasn’t who I said I was. However, I am. Please pinch me.

3. Patriotism – inherent in me; voluntary in him. In 2006, I received my citizenship certificate, which was a source of pride and excitement for me.

2. Time is flying by, yet we still have plenty of it. Mantra: Live in the moment rather than planning too far ahead. Years, on the other hand, feel like months…slow down.

1. What is the key to it all? Faith and gratitude are two words that come to mind when I think of faith and gratitude. Grace. Commitment. Love. Surrender.

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