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So... a friend was asking me the other day if marriage was all I thought it would be.

My answer to her was: it was not what I expected it to be but it was more than I hoped it would be.

Why do I say that?

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Dear Bride-and-Groom-To-Be...

I haven’t been married very long. In fact, it’s been less than a year since we tied the knot.

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Will You? "I do" ... Then What?

A vision of beauty, an eligible bachelor (soon to be un-eligible), a blushing bride, an expectant family, a starry eyed couple. The music, the flowers, the hats ooh the hats! I love weddings! For me they convey hope, beginnings and joy. They rouse excitement and expectation. The bride all beautiful – I am yet to see an unattractive bride – the groom overflowing with joy and pride, the parents proud and the guests full of anticipation. Everyone knows it is going to be good.

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Our Differences

As husband and wife we need to observe our differences. Wisdom is the correct application of the knowledge that we have, however, often times we are aware of our differences but we fail to transfer that into information that will benefit our Marriage.

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