When you are single, loneliness is inevitable. The fear of having nothing to do on a Saturday night is anxiety producing. I remember those days. I filled them with friends or work so I didn’t have to sit alone with my thoughts. On my wedding day, I assumed that the promise of, “to have and… Read More The Lonely Side Of Marriage
So I was watching reality television the other day and I realized what most people have already figured out. When couples meet through social experiments, their days are filled with exotic locations, five star accommodations, and romantic moments. Guess what’s always missing from the equation…KIDS! When the couple is making out in the fantasy suite,… Read More Love In The Time of Flu B and Strep!
I have a vivid Valentine’s Day memory from 2002. My husband and I had been married for five years and we had a two year old toddler and a newborn baby. My husband was working long hours as a teacher and coach while I stayed home with our children. He was exhausted and overwhelmed. I… Read More Marriage and Foxholes