How I Know My Wife Married the “Wrong” Person

I’m glad I happened to read this after scrolling through the Freshly Pressed page on WordPress. I believe the relationship between couples (especially for those that are married) will eventually be tough and challenging. There will be a sweet stage, then values, beliefs and views start to change. Maybe after marriage, after meeting parents, after having children and the list goes on. Of course I can only imagine this since I admit I am and feel too young to be even thinking about marriage. The chances of finding a couple that can get through marriage till the very end without Lord Jesus is exceedingly small. I do believe that through God, there will be hope.

CROSS-SHAPED STUFF

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Photo Credit: Suni Danielle Photography

Today my wife Lindsay and I celebrate our two year anniversary. Two years ago, we tied the knot and took the plunge. Two years ago, the cutest girl in Indiana was taken off the market! Two years ago, we launched the beginning of the rest of our lives. Two years ago…

And after two years, there’s no hiding behind the dinner-and-a-movie façade of dating life any longer. I can’t buy enough flowers to conceal it. I can’t open enough doors. I can’t say enough “I love you’s.” She knows (and painfully, so do I) that she married the wrong person.

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