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After collecting and sharing almost a full year’s worth of marriage advice, one common thread we’ve noticed is that oftentimes, the “secret” to marriage is simple, and Debbie and Gregg sum it up perfectly. “I guess our secret is that we respect each other. We are kind to each other and don’t take each other for granted.” While this advice is sometimes much easier said than done, it’s comforting to know that when push comes to shove, a marriage that has respect, kindness, and gratitude at its core is one to be very proud of.

Kelly Lane Photography

Wedding date: September 3, 1972
Children? Two beautiful daughters and two adorable grandsons
When did you know he was the one? I actually had a marriage proposal from another guy (who, ironically, was also named Gregg). That’s a whole other story, but I had just started dating my Gregg and I knew that he was the type of man that I wanted to marry. He had integrity and was a good Christian man.
What’s your favorite wedding memory? My favorite memory is of our friends gathering around us and praying for us.
What’s the secret to your marriage? I guess our secret is that we respect each other. We are kind to each other and don’t take each other for granted.
What’s your favorite thing to do together? We like to explore new places together–historical places or little towns.
What’s your best memory related to Southern food or the South? When the whole family gathers for a Low shrimp boil.

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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