In the beginning of our relationship – we discussed some “matters” regarding what we have. We have lots of differences and these “differences” are not just simple things. We know that sooner or later “these” will be an issue for us and can be, if not resolved, will be the root of our break-up. Thank God that we are still happily counting the days as mr. and mrs.
He is the sweet one. Flowers. Letters. Unexpected trips. Coffee dates. Gifts. Surprise lunch or dinner. After getting married I never expected him to still be his sweet self. I thought that flowers will eventually stop and letters will no longer be in sight. But I was wrong. It didn’t stop – and it got better too.
Last night, I was trying to put Ellie to sleep (she’s a bit cranky because of her teething) and I was so sleepy, Tags came home with a bunch of red roses and chocolates. It was like a scene in the movies where the guy enters the room carrying a bouquet of flowers… smiling. I was speechless for a minute and just gave him a “kilig” smile. It was 12mn.
Yes. He did it again.
I really appreciate the fact that, for the months and years that we are together my better-half never missed a single special day in our family calendar.
“The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It’s a choice you make–not just on your wedding day, but over and over again–and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband or wife.”
– Barbara de Angelis