True love doesn’t end your life. It enhances it.
I have been there through all the boyfriends. There was the high school sweetheart, the guy(s) with the hot body, the occasional douche, the one you were too good for, and the flings in between.
Here’s to you guys… well, girls! I hope that concert Facebook creepily just let me know you went to was the best one yet. I hope the dog our friend told me you just bought wasn’t just a comfort thing to get over your ex. I hope that new job I saw you got really is everything you dreamed of.
The one rule we do follow is an important vow from our wedding. Among the promises we made that day was that we would be there for each other in sickness and in health. What we didn’t know is how little time we would have between “I do” and cancer.
For many of us, the wedding night comes with it a lot of expectations about what should happen and how it should unfold.
Finally, he speaks. She can feel his words before she hears them. “I love you, angel“ he says. “I never stopped. I’ve loved you from the moment I saw you. I’ve loved you forever…and always will.”
Ladies, better plan the wedding yourselves.
I want to spend the rest of my life with my best friend.
“Can I really trust that we are a team? That you will stand up for me to the rest of the world above all else? Do you really, truly GET me? Will you still love me, even if I completely disagree?”
It solidified everything I already knew – my marriage is over. I have no proof outside of tucked away divorce papers to ever let you know he was in my life.