Just like all the novels I have read, I thought wedding, would mean addition of a character in your life. Perhaps 1 more family into yours. Having had a wide range of friends in Chapter 1, Chapter 2 did not seem intimidating. I was wrong. It was a complete 180 degree turn. Life seemed so simple earlier. I wondered what I got myself into. It was interesting though. And mighty challenging. It was like being roasted on the furnace, to be purified in word, thought and deed.
Did you really mean unconditional love at the altar? Can you really love as Jesus did? No grudge, no hurt or hate, but lovingly can you handle everything? I thank God, for my soft natured guy. We are poles apart. He is North pole and I am south. I can probably count the similarities between us. This has made it even more interesting. I had 2 requests to God. One, that he would be so much in love with God, than me. That was granted. Two. For someone who has never fallen in love, marriage was daunting. So I had prayed, that I would fall in love- head over heels with the guy I marry. That was granted too. I keep telling him, that he discovered me. My feminity, my inner self, my wants and needs more than I ever knew! It was scary, but pretty crazy.
Marriage is hardwork. I learnt that. You have to work hard at it. It is so much easy to do things your way, to think just about you, but a lot of work to think about the other person. But there is joy and fulfillment along the way. Whenever I think, I have learnt the gist of marriage life, I seem to learn it all over again, from square 1. I guess life is a ‘Snake and Ladder’ game afterall!