My husband and I got married after it was necessary for a paper work thing. The paper work thing seems so irrelevant now to how it has changed how relationship. We were never against, nor for Marriage. But, since being married, it somehow changed nothing yet absolutely everything. The question of what do i get out of this? Is completely redundant and seems very naive now. Marriage is about 'having someones back' and doing whatever we both can to help the other person in our little team. I love sharing the load and taking on the world with someone. It sometimes seems a shame to me that less people want to take the 'emotional step' of marriage.
Modern Matrimony: Who Benefits the Most?
|8/15/12 3:02 PM|
I hate to do it, but, I have to completely agree with the out of touch call. This is what my peers have been doing for years now (and without the pool). No one is still liberated by it. Yes everyone has learned to recycle that old cardie and 'people are more important than stuff'. But we would all have to have a giggle at the instead of 'buying' something go to the movies or a new restaurant; comment... same paycheck though huh.
5 Things I Learned on My Summer Staycation
|7/26/12 2:33 PM|