20 Things I Learned From Marriage
As a single person, you never imagined you could have a fight over a tube of toothpaste.
You don't have to recall everything you've said. Once you're married someone else will do that for you!
Flowers can fix almost anything. For everything else there's superglue.
Marriage is compromise. No where is this more apparent than while watching television
Will tonight be Norm making a
drop leaf table
or stomaching three hours of
Gone with the Wind
Beauty is fleeting, but a good cook is forever prized!
All the cute quirks while dating will morph into the unbearable habits after marriage!
Saying "you're right" is harder than saying, "I was wrong."
Before marriage you were right much more often.
A twin bed was fun at first but cold feet get old pretty fast.
Invest in a comfortable couch. Trust me on this.
Before marriage I had zero clue what women went through to "get ready"
Nor was I aware of 'which blouse went with which shoes"
On the flip side my wife said, "If I'd have known how gross boys were, I never would have married you."
Communication is important. Even if she wants to talk at 2:00am
Understanding is more important than a solution.
Until this sinks in, see #3
You buy wedding rings so you can recall what it was like to have money.
Life is so much more fun if you have someone to share it with.
I'd do all over again at the drop of a hat!
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Glad you wrote the last one...our couches aren't as comfortable as they use to be ;)
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