I like that. I also think people stay in a marriage because they try hard and work at it.
Gratefulness - not taking each other for granted is so important. It is so easy to get caught up in 'life' and forget why you are with this person. I try to take a breath everyday and remind myself, then I smile.
Too true. People spend an awful lot of time planning their weddings. Imagine if they put that much effort into planning their MARRIAGE. It isn't always cake and roses--but working at it pays off!
Hello from the Rewind Lucy, these are good thoughts. Letting my husband be who is, rather than who I used to want him to be has been so important. He's good at letting me be me too. No-one's perfect, least of all me.
Oh I love Niki's comment!! So true. And also, of course, the post itself. It's not always easy to make your marriage a priority with little ones around and all the rest of life but I always try to imagine that one day our kids will move out, one day will retire, and then what will we have left - each other! So it's so important to keep working at it.
I'm nearly 14 years into an honestly beautiful, blissful marriage. And I hear so often "You're so lucky". I smile and say thank you but really, i get my back up a little.I work at it. He works at it. This is not 'luck'. It's too damned important to leave to luck. Even more so when you bring children into the mix.Great rewind, Lucy.
I love your posts on marriage.Never go to bed angry. That's our motto. x
Tis so true. Without forgiveness you end up with two angry people, leaving each other. I quite like Dr Phil's take on this: "Do you want to be right, or do you want to be married?"Thanks for Rewinding at the Fibro.
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