My husband and I have had our fair share of issues. We married at a young age, and everyone told us we would never make it. Until this day, we continue to prove them wrong. They said, “You guys are so young, you’re in the military, and you don’t know anything about life. Might as well just give up now.” The world might as well have been against us. I was 19 and he was 22. They gave us one year of survival. And we fought through that one year, and I mean FOUGHT. We had a tough time of tears, anger, resentment, betrayal, secrets and so many things that I thought would tear us apart. And I thought we weren’t going to make it. At some points, my heart just wasn’t in it. We saw a counselor even, we tried to work it out. And everywhere we went to fix “the problems” we always got the same responses.
“Well are you communicating?”
When you think of a dramatic entrance, you think of this beautiful bride that walks in and everyone turns their heads to look at her (more like to judge why she chose a strapless dress or why she did an updo instead of curling her hair). Or maybe you think about the spouse of someone who just found out their loved one is in the hospital and they come barging in through those hospital doors letting them swing behind them, running up to the nurses desk, “Where is room 202!?” But that is not what this is. This is a virtual BAM. A virtual entrance, dramatically done.
So hello to everyone! I am doing my dramatic entrance into the Internet. Into the world of clicks and scrolls. I am glad to be here! As I build this page and
try to make it look better, I hope to get to know you as well and learn from what you know. I am driven to write about so many things,
-Around your home
-And so much more!
I take interest and passion in so many things, and I enjoy so many aspects of life that surrounding myself around one topic is just not enough. I plan to make at least one post a week. Please feel welcome to tell me if you love it or hate it when it comes to anything! Thank you for taking the time to pass through and may you forever be blessed!
Your one and only,