The first time I visited my girlfiend (now wife) in college I bought a peach tree from a local nursery and told her, “someday we will eat peaches from it years from now, because we will still be together.” Well it worked better than I planned. Here is our son eating a peach from that very tree.


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The first time I visited my girlfiend (now wife) in college I bought a peach tree from a local nursery and told her, “someday we will eat peaches from it years from now, because we will still be together.” Well it worked better than I planned. Here is our son eating a peach from that very tree.



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  1. I hope you don’t think I’m hijacking your thread but it reminded me of something I haven’t thought of in many years. After a couple of months of dating my husband, of blessed memory, And I was shopping at a leather store. I tried on a winter coat although it was summer at that time. He said he loved it and I said will you be around in the winter to see me wearing it? And he said which year? It was the sweetest thing ever

  2. I hope this is the part where everyone notices OP only had two comments in the past week for the entirety of his reddit account and calls him out for being a fake af karma farma but I’m an idealist.

  3. I did something similar years back for my wife (then GF). I planted a small oak tree in a pot and made a wooden rope swing for her. I told her the tree would symbolize the growth of our relationship and we would be able to plant it in our yard and tie the swing on there one day. She didn’t water it and it died 2 weeks later and her mom threw it out.. Im still salty

  4. one of the migrant workers on my familys farm planted a peach tree once…right in the middle of a cow manure patch…it had made everyone who ever tasted a peach from that tree incredibly ill