I remember going to my Grandparents 50th Anniversary party when I was a kid. WIth exception to the cake, the party as I remember it seemed hopelessly boring. Not to mention I was forced to wear a suit on a non-church day. Everybody seemed old.
Fast forward to 2005. My Aunt and Uncle took a different approach to their milestone. Happy 50th to the couple who redefined the "Golden Anniversary" as the "Lets Take The Kids To Alaska On A Cruise Anniversary". I guess I had better rethink this old thing when thinking of a 50th. It's all in perspective I guess. Of course when G and I celebrate 50 years together, we'll flat-out be waaay over the hill.