Seriously, I don't regret a single minute of it. Katie's great, we balance each other perfectly. She picks me up when I'm down and vice versa (although she's so bubbly that's not very often). Sure we argue, who doesn't but we always put it behind us and move on. I'm really lucky to have found someone that would have me. It's strange but as we're getting older I find Katie more and more
We've got 2 great kids and I don't regret starting a family early at all. Given the chance, I may have done some things differently but I have no regrets whatsoever. It's been bloody hard work though. Raising children is harder than anything you've done before but it is also the most satisfying feeling knowing that you've done your best by them.
We've got a great circle of friends who we've know for as long as we've been together. I can't help feeling that Katie's scared off some of my older friends but hey ho! We have our share of problems but deal with them as best we can. Katie was a great help and support to me last year during my anxiety attacks and I'm not sure she really knows how much I appreciate her and her support and care.
Katie, Happy Anniversary, I Love You Tons (I know I don't say it enough) and here's to another 11 years.
We Will We Will Rock You!!
We're going up to London tomorrow to see We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre. Should be good, I'm really looking forward to it as Queen are my favourite band and I know all the music really well. There's nothing quite like being in an audience when Radio Ga Ga is being pumped out. We were lucky enough to go to the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in 1992 (got tickets #80 & 81 out of 70,000+ that sold out in 30 minutes or so!)