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August 15, 2006 by warsein on I LOVE alinyaung
Love Is ... Love is the greatest feeling, Love is like a play, Love is what I feel for you, Each and every day, Love is like a smile, Love is like a song, Love is a great emotion, That keeps us going strong, I love you with my heart, My body and my soul, I love the way I keep loving, Like a love I can't control, So remember when your eyes meet mine, I love you with all my heart, And I have poured my entire soul into you, Right from the very start.
My husband knows everything. No skeletons or dust bunnies in my closet. For me it's an indicator of the health of our relationship. Something's going wrong if I lie. It puts a wedge between us. I'm using a broad definition of lies. To me withholding information is just a form of lying. Still, I'm tempted to lie in really stupid ways. When I go shopping and I perceive that I have bought more than he would approve of I want to hide it from him. When I was a kid my mom hid things like...
May 23, 2006 by jennybean on jennybean
Today is our 2 year wedding anniversary, and I cannot even tell you how fast that has gone by! I absolutely love being married and we have so much fun together. My husband and I are best friends and do everything together; we even work here at Stardock together! I just feel very lucky and blessed that I am in such a good relationship and have something so special. I really look forward to all the years we have to come! Here are some pictures from our big day!
It's a small world after all. I'm clear in Maryland, and guess who I find? A friend of mine that I work with said to me yesterday, "So you're from Arizona, huh? There's a couple in my neighborhood that's from Arizona. Their names are James and Jan _____." Turns out Jan is my ex-girlfriend from college, the girl I probably would have married had I gone another way. I've never met her husband, but apparently they have been married about as long as my wife and I have, they have multiple...
Have you ever been in the middle of the real confusion??? I'm there again, and again. Every day deeper and deeper the confusion drags me in. Drags me in into a mud. I'm not a bad person. Despite of that what everybody thinks. I'm scared. Every day more and more scared. They use to say with a big, perky confidence--there is always a solution- but here, in my case-there is no sulution at all. Is he really my soul I was praying for 1o months ago or is he my devil?Or maybe he is my soul, but the ...
March 30, 2006 by jesseledesma on preserving life
If being married was easy no one would want to do it. Imagine putting to immature brats in the same proximity for a substantial amount of time and not expecting ears and noses to be thorn of people's faces. Kinda of ludicrous, isn't it?Okay, any fool can poke fun at anything. And you old married people with you frustrated and scrounged up face are funny.However, there needs to be real assistance here. I say half of the solution is understanding the problem.My first concern in addressing ma...
January 11, 2006 by pseudosoldier on Tales from a Shebih Joondi
Marital Forgiveness: John Smith, upon finding out that his wife is an assassin in an organization that rivals the organization that he is an assassin for, has a choice. Not only does he feel betrayed at her "web of lies" (regardless of the fact that it so closely parallels his own), but she has already attempted to kill him, and he has similarly been assigned with taking her out by his company. After a knock-down, drag-out fight, the couple finds themselves face-to-face, again brandishing...
This afternoon, as I bagged raked leaves in the backyard, I felt my ring slip off my finger. I'm not certain that's when it happened, though... I had been thinking it could happen earlier. Just... I looked down right then, in a panic, sure it was gone. And it was. I spent over 20 minutes sifting through the leaves from that bag. That's more time than bagging three sackfuls in the first place. I didn't get through all the foliage before darkness descended and I had to give up... for tod...
My wife is a great cook, as my ever-increasing waistline will attest. Even with four children and a full-time employee for a husband, she can still put out four or five dinners a week and send me to work the next day with leftovers. And it's good, tasty, variety-filled food, too. Her mother was an okay cook; she served up a new meal every night with leftovers once or twice a week. Our family typically eats out more than once a week, as well. Usually fast food, mostly because of busy sch...
It's been a while since I've blogged. With all of the things that have been going on in my life, I haven't really felt like communicating, although I realize now it probably would have helped me clear my head a bit. I don't know where to begin. I got home from Virginia and for a few days everything was alright, then the bottom fell out and F. and I began fighting. A lot. It was so bad that a couple of days after Thanksgiving we broke up for a while. We got back together, and now we're apart ...
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August 21, 2005 by Arquonzo on arquonzo
I know a guy (not me, I promise) who married an ugly woman. Not sure exactly how she bagged him, but she's really stunningly ugly. She's one of those women that catches your eye much in the same way a traffic accident would. Yeah. Like that. Now you would think, being not pretty, that the woman would try to make up for it in other areas, say, like by being nice. Or by being industrious. But no. She treats him like crap. She does no housework, doesn't contribute, continually makes him late to w...
August 16, 2005 by gdy2shoes on Candy Wrapper
Under what circumstance can something be changed? Was it the smile? or a special look. Life has a living cycle... Each cycle has it's own boundries... Boundaries of time, set by times... It only takes a couple minutes and last a life time... There are many options .. Why have children?
April 28, 2005 by MecAustralien on Mec Australien
On parles souvent dans notre culture de marier pour l’amour. On a le choix de marier qui on veut (et peut) et on penses toujours que c’est quelque chose de tres bien. Ca a l’air d’etre quelque chose romantique et quelque chose qui donne la liberte, l’egalite, le fraternite. Mais aussi, en Australie, a peu pres la moitie des mariages finisses en divorce. Il y a de plus en plus de gens qui deviennent vieux seuls. Et meme les mariages qui restent ensemble sont souvent pas heureux. Souvent c’est...
March 14, 2005 by Nebraskawoman on Hello Everyone!!
Ok, here is what is going on. I noticed some odd phone numbers on our cell phone. I knew from the time that the call was made that my husband was the one with the phone. Plus he spends alot of time in chatrooms late at night. He loves to go out to the bars and sing kareoke. But I sometimes work odd hours and don't have the energy to go out so I tell him that it is ok for him to go alone. He is usually online in a chatroom when he asks me if it's ok for him to go out. I got suspicious and I st...