October 20, 2012 marked the day where Shelby and I vowed to be with one another for the rest of our lives.
The husband takes a step to explore the differences between the two, well-known ( sorry, Morrowind), Elder Scrolls games.
Yeah, I’m going there.
Yesterday, the husband and I made a plan to visit our somewhat local zoo, because he had never been there and I needed out of the house. #relationshipgoals.
My other WordPress site. Here is my fanfiction article for the Battle for Kvatch.
People think having anxiety means you should be in a mental institution or heavily medicated. However, there are many people that walk Earth, that have anxiety, and handle their day-to-day lives rather well.
Do you ever watch your husband or significant other while they are preoccupied with something they’re doing? Continue reading “The Pondering Wife”
4 years. 208 weeks. 1460 days.
That’s how long I have been married to my husband.
On October 20, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. I married my husband, my best friend, my life partner.
We had spent the entire day alone (bad idea) until the moment I walked down the aisle to my smiling soon-to-be-spouse.
Despite what everyone seems to think, the wedding day wasn’t the best part of our marriage, it has been every single day after that day.
In the past four years I have had the best four years of my life because of one person, my husband.
Without that man beside me every single day for the past four years, I would not have experienced two cruises, my silly Corgi, my true passion (writing), and that every day can be a lot better because of one person.
The wedding day didn’t celebrate my marriage to him, it didn’t set the standard for what we would expect for the rest of our lives, all the days following have done that.
Without him I would not be who I am today.
When people ask me how I have managed to have a wonderful marriage I also respond with, “I married my best friend.”
Is it the most perfect marriage? Do I sometimes want to smack him with a skillet? Do I want to have my own space sometimes? Do we fight?
Absolutely. But nothing makes me want to quit. Nothing would ever be worth saying goodbye to him. Nothing would make it okay for me to go to bed and wake up the next day without him next to me. He has become my constant of everyday, he has become my sanctuary, he has become the reason I wake up every single morning.
No one said marriage is easy (because they would be damn crazy if they did) but, if you find the person who fits you best, it will be life changing.
Find the person who will change your life for the better. Find someone who makes you smile just by looking at them. Find someone you want to fall asleep next to for the rest of your life. Once you find that person everything else will be easy (somewhat).
Happy Anniversary, my love.