While I know this frustrates people I'm totally open about it.Still, some people choose to ignore me and push for it.Some of us wish we did things differently — some of us wish we had married a better fit.No matter what the tale, you can learn a lot about the value and delicacies of marriage from someone who loved and lost.
Although I post a website that contains a lot of personal information and such, I alter enough of the details such that I figure the odds are negligible that anyone I care about will recognize us.
"Melissa, is there something you want to ask me or whatever? Melissa took a big breath and motioned for me to take a seat.
We both sat in those ridiculously small chairs they put in the preschool classrooms.
Melissa took my hand and I looked at her with a quizzical look.
It was obvious she was very nervous which made me wonder what in the world she was being so coy about telling me. I hope you don't mind me discussing this with you Kelly," she started out, "Just let me know if this make you uncomfortable and I'll drop it." "Sure Melissa, but you can say anything to me," I replied.
Richard and I have even trusted you to baby-sit our kids for years now! She just shook her head in disbelief and then looked at me solemnly saying, "Well, I assume since now that you're going to such a nice Christian college that all this just a bunch of guy talk, right?