25th Wedding Anniversary Quotes

    wedding anniversary
  • the anniversary of the day on which you were married (or the celebration of it)
  • Repeat a passage from (a work or author) or statement by (someone)
  • Mention or refer to (someone or something) to provide evidence or authority for a statement, argument, or opinion
  • Repeat or copy out (a group of words from a text or speech), typically with an indication that one is not the original author or speaker
  • (quote) quotation mark: a punctuation mark used to attribute the enclosed text to someone else
  • (quote) repeat a passage from; "He quoted the Bible to her"
  • (quote) name the price of; "quote prices for cars"
  • twenty-fifth: coming next after the twenty-fourth in position
  • 25 (twenty-five) is the natural number following 24 and preceding 26.
25th wedding anniversary quotes
25th wedding anniversary quotes - Les Miserables
Les Miserables
Les Miserables
Experience the event of a lifetime with this spectacular 25th anniversary celebration of one of the most popular musicals ever written, Les Miserables. Honoring 25 years of this incredible show, this momentous film captures the excitement of two magnificent sold-out performances that were watched live around the world. With a phenomenal all-star cast, including pop star Nick Jonas (Jonas Brothers), Tony® Award winner Lea Salonga (the voice of Disney’s Mulan and Princess Jasmine), and over 500 additional artists and musicians, revel in the songs of the unforgettable characters as they struggle for redemption and revolution.

Fifteen years after the historic 10th anniversary concert, the international musical sensation Les Miserables returned for a 25th anniversary concert at London's O2 Arena in October 2010. Like the previous concert, it presents an all-star cast, this time taken from two different 2010 London productions as well as the original 1985 cast. The singers stand at microphones wearing costumes, backed by a huge chorus and three video screens showing some action that can't be represented on stage, though the stage is transformed into a set for some key scenes, such as in the Thenardiers' bar and at the barricade. And as it has for 25 years, Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg's score vividly captures the passion of Victor Hugo's epic tale of post-Revolutionary France, combining tear-jerking ballads ("I Dreamed a Dream," "Bring Him Home") and rousing anthems ("Do You Hear the People Sing").
The cast is nearly all excellent, including Alfie Boe as Jean Valjean, Norm Lewis as Javert, Matt Lucas as Thenardier, Jenny Galloway as Madame Thenardier (reprising her role from 1995), and Katie Hall as Cosette. Teen pop star Nick Jonas (of the Jonas Brothers) seems to have been cast as Marius for box-office appeal, however. Though he has the right look and hits the right notes, his voice is weak compared to the rest of the cast and throughout the show he seems to wear the same look of earnest worry, eyes fixed on the horizon as if reading a teleprompter. After playing Eponine in the 1995 concert, Lea Salonga is now Fantine, and while she sings well, the part really calls for more vocal power. Comparing the 1995 concert and 2010, the newer one has superior audio and video, but the earlier one has the stronger cast top to bottom, anchored by many of the legendary performers who helped make Les Mis the sensation it still is today. In acknowledgment of that, after the final scene of the 2010 concert ends, many of the original cast members enter the stage for a thrilling encore. "Bring Him Home" unites original Valjean Colm Wilkinson with John Owen-Jones, Simon Bowman, and Alfi Boe, then Michael Ball, Frances Ruffelle, Alun Armstrong, and others join the cast for "One Day More." (It's hard not to be moved when Ball looks around the stage and sings his line, "My place is here, I fight with you.") Producer Cameron Mackintosh and authors Boublil, Schonberg, and Herbert Kretzmer all address the crowd before a throng of student performers (appropriate, no?) comes on stage to close the nearly three-hour evening. --David Horiuchi

Love and Tenacity -- Gorgeous and Candid Card for an Anniversary Celebration
Love and Tenacity -- Gorgeous and Candid Card for an Anniversary Celebration
A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, trust, partnership, tolerance and tenacity. The order varies for any given year. ~Paul Sweeney ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This 5.5 x 4.25" card is crafted from patterned paper layered over premium recycled linen cardstock, cut and scored by hand. Blank inside. Accompanied by a matching metallic red invitation-weight recycled envelope. Packaged in a cello sleeve and shipped in a chipboard mailer to ensure safe arrival.
Tidier But Still Crowded
Tidier But Still Crowded
Aside from this being the last day in the office before vacation, having posted a slob pic of my office on Flickr gave me more impetus to tidy up today.
25th wedding anniversary quotes
25th wedding anniversary quotes
Prayers That Avail Much: Three Bestselling Works Complete in One Volume,  25th Anniversary Leather Burgundy (Commemorative Leather Edition)
Do you long to know God better? Do you want to understand Scripture more fully? Do you want to pray with power - and see results? Germaine Copeland's three bestselling volumes of Prayers That Avail Much have help Christians learn how to pray, to know what to pray and to confidently claim answers to prayer. Now this all-in-one edition is your complete guide to praying according to God's precious Word! Right at your fingertips, you'll discover dozens of powerful, Scripture-based intercessory prayers for all kinds of life situations, from honoring your marriage to letting go of bitterness, from seeking funding for a ministry to overcoming discouragement. As you meditate on the Scriptures beautifully woven into each prayer, allow them to enter your heart as you speak them aloud. As you put these mighty, scriptural prayers to work in your own life an in the lives of those around you, you will see God moving to perform His Word. You no longer need to feel helpless in the face of difficult or painful situations. You no longer need to miss God's blessings for you and your loved ones. You can pray with power!