In 2015 ...
- I will celebrate my 50th birthday as well as many of my closest friends
- Our Youngest Son turns 13 thus we will officially have two teenagers in the house
- Commuter Husband and I will mark being married for 20 years
- After four tough years, we are hoping for good health and happiness
And in 2015 I find myself, dare I say it, falling in love with my Commuter Husband ... again. Marriage is not linear for most people, it weaves this way and that, and many have a moment when they choose whether stay on the twisted path ... or not.
Commuter Husband and I have tested our vows these last four years:
- be true in good times and bad
- for better
- for worse
- for richer
- for poorer
- in sickness and in health
I have found love to be the most important thing after all. The love will be there when kids are gone and the body ages and death invades our lives too frequently. Loving someone should be simple but it is complex and textured .. at least for me.
Commuter Husband and I have both been brought to tears by Ed Sheeran's song Thinking Out Loud.
And so the music gives voice to our emotions ...
Thinking Out Loud Lyrics