A friend posted a link to a blog I want to share with you. It’s very insightful.
I know for us, it took the first year to work out the kinks. I am not really sure why they call it the honeymoon phase of marriage. The honeymoon wasn’t a year, maybe two weeks. Now don’t get me wrong, we are two peas in a pod, but when you get to mixing two lives into one, you are making waves on a once nice, tranquil little pond. After three years of marriage and reading these words of wisdom from some ladies, I can get a grasp of what 60 years of marriage should look like…. and how to get there.
When there’s trouble, it’s not because there’s something wrong with you or with him or something wrong with your family or his–it’s because God made you different than each other.— AMEN!
Marriage is for sanctification.— If we all took this seriously we would look a lot more like Christ, dont you think?
Remember that all marriages are cross-cultural.— We may have grown up an hour from each other, but it couldve been different countries.
Keep pursuing each other and learning each other.— This will probably be even more true in 10 years.
I hope you enjoyed that quick read as much as I did. I may have to write some of these on sticky notes and post them on our bathroom mirror.