Happy Anniversary, my love. Today is our twelfth anniversary of our wedding. It's not the twelfth anniversary of bring in love, or knowing each other. Those moments appeared farther back on the timeline. I don't know why we don't celebrate those pinpoints. I think we just use the wedding anniversary as a proper social landmark, a place we can look back at and celebrate when that day comes around every year. It's a common place, just like a wedding or a birthday. It's an absolute in a world that can blur work and private times. When this day comes around, we do recognize where we were when we stood up and make our vows. It was a public version of what we already left. So, we celebrate the public declaration part, and we enjoy the private histories alone, as it should be.