Sunday, May 20, 2012


The albatross is a large seabird, usually found in the southern oceans and North Pacific. Upon maturity, the albatross selects his mate using a goofy but affectionate mating dance. 

They prefer to live in packs on small islands, but are rarely found on land. They belong in the air and fly great distances. Despite its extensive travels, this bird will always return home. They will always come back to the same partner. These birds find their mates young and live long lives; always faithful to their first partner. 

Happy (almost) 2 year anniversary to my albatross. 

From our first goofy mating dance... (get your mind out of the gutter)

... To the day we picked each other for life.

.... And 2 years later.

Here's to an eternity of always flying back to me. 


  1. I see what you did there... Cary flies airplanes--Cary will always fly back to you. You're just so darned clever!

  2. You are killing me Amy. That was really really tender.