Ten Things I Learned in 27 years of Marriage
January 20, 2016
Ten Things I Learned in 27 Years of Marriage
I had more June Cleaver, Claire Huxtable genes than I thought. Nothing like love to make you feel oddly domestic in ways you swore you’d never do.
I don’t know where they got this from but I did not find that 2 can live a cheaply as one.
People have financial personalities. Savers gotta save. Spenders … have to get with the program.
A marriage will glide for a while but sooner rather than later you have to put your thrusters back on before you lose too much altitude.
A sense of humor is invaluable.
You never get to stop talking about it. Ever.
Marriage counselors should be a go-to-whenever event, not a near-the-end-of–the-marriage event.
At some point you and your partner will find yourselves hanging on for dear life trying to survive the kids.
Number 8 can last a very long time … just sayin’.
You know you’ve got the right guy when the both of you forget your wedding anniversary and both of you think it’s funny.