I married Andrew – not merely the 2008 edition of Andrew, the life long version of Andrew.
In 2008 Andrew was a science teacher who played video games, went hiking, loved road trips, had great friends and family, was a better cook than me, had long dark hair and a beard and had a beautiful singing voice.
Loyal almost to a fault, the Andrew I married would drop anything (even a makeout session with me) to go help a friend in need, was a very good son to his mother and father, was incredib …
when they do the insider scoop stories – you know, the “what your cleaning lady won’t tell you,” or “10 things to ask your hair dresser.”
So when they wrote a piece about 13 Things Your Marriage Counselor Won’t Tell You, I felt compelled to share with the ladies at TheGloss the post and my married-girl’s commentary on the juiciest bits.
By now, you will all know that I’m married, and you know why I got married. You’ve also probably guessed that I think marriage is, in general, a good idea.
Is it for everyone? Certainly not.
Is it for you? Only you can decide that. Before you get all uppity that I’ve not answered your questi …
There's a great misconception about what marriage, today, actually is.
Tuesday 21 June 2011 is the 3rd wedding anniversary for my husband and I. According to recent reports on marriage, there …