Working at the bank, I am opportune to meet many individuals daily. I am gradually getting used to the fact that I cannot escape being hit on by the black dudes that walk in...( I guess they just feel we have something in common...lol)...my collegue at work has told me to lie that I'm with him...hate to lie about it but if it comes to saying that I'm WITH him, I would...after all, I wouldn't be saying I'm "dating" him...lol...
Enuff bout the frogs, earlier on in the week I was attending to this customer when I engaged him in regular bankers aproko. Amongst the major things we spoke about, there was one that really got me...
"...you know, I just really need to be out of the house.." (@ first I was thinking his wife was probably driving him crazy...)...then he went on to say, "well, it miserable in there since the Mrs. passed..."
Oh my...a part of me just sunk...u know, this life keeps moving, regardless. Its got its ups and downs...a lot of my blog has been based on the beauty of a Prince charming and his princess but being more realistic, there's after the wedding which is the most important part.
God forbid...death would do u n ur partner part early in life, but lets pretend it could be any minute now for the purpose of thinking based on "u donno wot u've got till its gone" mindset. Based on this mindset for the purpose of positive reasoning...would you say that u loved ur partner well enough? giving it your all?
or would you have fought too many times to remember the times you actually loved? would you have undermined his authority daily that he never really had a voice in the home? (that u don't even know what if feels like to have a man heading the home).
In short, what kind of home/marriage would you create to ensure that the memories you have are joyful, graceful, full of pride...(n all the other merry sorta adjectives)
Lets remember that our vows end in "...till death do us part", meaning that death is a possibility...so make the most of each day, each moment...(obviously don't be scared about the possibility of death, just be aware that death doesn't respect people, it doesn't knock asking if it can come in, it does what it wants to, when it wants to...ignorance is bliss but not when common sense is necessary...be aware n give all the love possible #notwithholding)
Sending hugs ur way