Our anniversary speeches for parents and anniversary speeches for grandparents are unforgettable. In truth, all anniversaries are special in their way. And whether you’re celebrating a 1st, a 25th, 50th anniversary or any anniversary, Poems To Go can help in a big way – by writing you an anniversary speech – from 3 – 5 minutes long – that the loving couple will cherish forever.
“You could have heard a pin drop in an otherwise noisy reception when I read this magical speech to the guests. It was beautiful!” – Many, many thanks, Angie
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Once upon a time, there were two special people known as Jerry and Al. Around here, of course, they're forever known as mom and dad.
Life was a blast growing up in East Cleveland. Little Al was a pistol, alright. There was one two-week stretch where his Mama would send him packing with lunch - but instead of going to school, Al and his friend played by the railroad tracks all day. Finally, the principal called Marianne, asking if little Al were alright. He learned his lesson but good. At least he never got caught playing hooky again. And he graduated from Shaw High School in 1956, immediately becoming a pipe fitter apprentice and a hard, loyal worker all his life.
But life wasn't all work. In fact, there was a party on October 12, 1956. Jerry was there and around midnight she was getting ready to leave…when Al walked in. They didn't speak but they noticed each other. And they rocked each other's world. Dad got mom's number and he called her the next day. Their first date was at Strawberry Lane in the Metroparks. They went for a ride in dad's Ford convertible and they walked and talked for hours. Dad even tried to kiss mom but she wouldn't let him. No matter…their hearts were on fire.
Thank you very much for all your kind words!
Amy Miller, owner and founder of PoemsToGo.