Two Months of Marriage.

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  1. i wrote a post just like this a couple weeks after I got married and it is so fun reading your thoughts! ( http://www.untilonlyloveremains.com/2012/09/two-weeks-in-things-that-ive-learned.html )

    my husband and i are the opposite! i am extremely outgoing and he is forever introverted 😉 we have had to learn to compromise on weekend plans – something social and something "restful' – usually I just let him have his time while i catch up with other friends!

    marriage is a blessing because it is living with your best friend! but you are still you and you still have a life and it is fun to know you can go out work, have coffee with friends, visit your parents, and always come home to your best friend!

  2. Rosala says:

    Aww, so sweet! Wait, the Mother Stewart thing doesn't work?! Bummer…

    I adore your wedding dress!!

  3. Such a cute picture! Our anniversary is Oct. 29, so no monthly anniversary for us in February either, which I totally did not even think of until I read your post!!!
    Shannon
    [ lifeofpoole.blogspot.com ]

  4. I love this. I'm not married, or even anywhere close, but this advice is wonderful. Even just to know for future reference. I love that you want to be a writer- I want to be an editor. (:

    Thanks for the follow, by the way. I'm now a follower of your beautiful blog as well!

  5. Jenna says:

    those are all SO true!!! marriage is great but it is work & always will be. it is hard sharing your life with someone but great as well. congrats on the two months!! i just hit my 1 1/2 year mark!

    new follower 🙂

    http://www.fivefootseven.com

  6. This is such a cute post! 🙂 Very true!Great insight! 🙂
    xoxoxo,
    Carmina

    http://www.cjoyhughes.blogspot.com

  7. I learned many of these same lessons my first few months of marriage. Now, {nearly} five years later, I continue to learn. That is one of the beauties of marriage – it's always interesting 🙂 and as you learn more about your spouse, you learn more about yourself (perhaps a cliche, but a true one)

    • I can only imagine how many more things will be added to this list by the time I've been married for five years. And yeah, that's definitely a cliche that's absolutely true.

      thanks for your sweet words 🙂

  8. Nydia says:

    Such a lovely post. I also got married recently, almost three months ago =) And I can really relate with what you wrote <3

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