My temp job ended, so I plan to catch up on commenting.
Why do married people say that marriage is work? Sometimes they say marriage is hard work. They say this in response to my lamenting about not being married. Do they say it because it's true? Do they say it to make me feel better? Do they say it because they are disillusioned? To discourage me? Why? Maybe I should ask them?
Yes, sometimes I appreciate the fact I don't have meddling in-laws or more loads of laundry or I can eat ice cream for dinner or, or, or . . . . There are pros and cons to every situation in life.
But do I want an easy, flat life? Do I want a challenging life? I really try not to complain. Do they think I am too wimpy for the job of marriage?
Just because we really don't know what marriage is until we're in it, does that mean we should avoid it?
I really hope you respond, dear readers.
Yes, I really enjoy the fact that I often can indulge in hours of reading a great novel or doing a puzzle or a craft.