Bliss and blisters.
Those are the words to describe marriage. Every day is a new discovery of either the good or the not so good. Every year is a new adventure to discover one another's soul. Being married means accepting each other's strengths and weaknesses. And that will be how it is for the rest of a couple's life if they choose to stick to each other.
Marriage is a choice.
Marriage is always a work in progress.
There is never a point in time when one married person can truly say that there is nothing to be done or improved in one's marriage. It is always, and always will be, a work in progress. Every single time can be a chance to improve or give marriage a chance to work, to be perked up and many other strategies to give it a chance.
I will be celebrating my eleventh year of marriage come June of this year. For others this is a young marriage. For others it looks like I have conquered a mile already.
It seems strange that it has been eleven years that hubby was just celebrating stag weekends while I enjoyed my bridal shower. Come to think of it has been eleven years of team work to make our marriage work!