I wrote this blog one year ago on my first blog ever; Blogger. I wrote it as I was in the middle of wedding planning. Today, I reflect on this and still love it as much as I did the day I wrote it. I understand that life changes and people change, but I also believe in fighting for what's yours. I believe the older generation is full of wisdom, knowledge, and I love that they were raised in a time that if something was broken, you fix it....
Since you can’t devote your whole life to planning your big day, unless of course, you actually are a wedding planner, and that’s exactly what you devote each day to, you’re going to have to come up with a better way to sort and deal with your thoughts! I recommend a note book and your phone! Write down the thought as it enters your head, and then, let it leave your brain as quickly as it entered! When you have time devoted to wedding planning, you’ll have a set list of things you need to conquer. A list is great because you can check things off...and with each check a higher sense of accomplishment.
Why are these common questions after getting married? Don’t get me wrong, I’ve probably asked the same question before I was married, expecting to get some answer that proves married people live in a completely parallel universe.
Well, let me tell you, if you already lived with your partner beforehand, split bills, split up responsibilities, then nothing changes! (Sigh)
Sorry ladies, just because you’re married does not mean your new husband will start picking his clothes up off the floor. And, sorry men, it also doesn’t mean your new wife will start serving breakfast in bed on the regular (if at all).