Diana is many things.
Diana is a theater nerd, a knitter, a quilter, a singer, a redhead, a leader, a masterful cook, a welder (so I hear).
Diana is fiercely independent and strong. She knows when to lean on me though, and encourages me to lean on her. She has seen her share of crap in life, and she remains optimistic and happy.
Diana is a problem solver. If something isn't working, or has room for improvement, she figures out a way to make it happen. Her organization skills are epic.
Diana is worldly, in the sense that her views are a great deal wider than my own, and she challenges me. Some of that is travel, some of it is living in different places, but she helps me remember that the center of the universe is constantly moving.
Diana is constantly evolving. She's never boring. She takes on new things and learns all about them. She wants to try new things. She even changes her appearance in subtle ways from time to time. She's a body in motion.
Diana is kind and caring. She looks out for people. She loves animals (insert crazy cat lady joke here). She understands the importance of charity, and helps me with my charitable efforts.
Diana is a fantastic mother. I'm amazed at the balancing act that she has established between love, concern, discipline and provision. Simon is the luckiest kid ever. For me, she makes a great partner in parenting. Neither one of us ever has to be the bad guy.
But the thing that I like about her the most is that she's my wife. I'm every bit as in love as I was when we were getting to know each other. Here's to many, many more anniversaries!