FEED My MIND: Adventure. Learn. Live. Write.
“She packed, read, and finished one very good book while on honeymoon. This did not please him. It was the beginning of many disappointments.”- Ret
Oh…that boat (whoops, Marriage) is sinking. Oh, Dear.
That actually happened to a couple who remain married almost a quarter century later! Their relationship is an inspiration to many.
Excellent! That means that things can change! Or you can cruise along softly without change.
some amazing engineers righted that downed ship, too. Takes a lot of energy, creativity, balls.
Speaking to the above conversation between you and Dievca….the conversation reminded me of many couples that I came in contact with during my last profession, working with the elderly. There view of what makes a good relationship is very different from what has become our cultural normal assumptions and expectations are currently. Many of those wonderful people came together to complete a team and fell deeply in love by growing shared value and goals together. As a side note, I dearly loved working with and for the elderly. Their lives and thoughts were and are living works of art for me.
Thanks for mic, Ret….now back to your regularly scheduled programming.
You have a point on the falling in love…today’s media seems to tell young people that they will recognize love and therefore the next step is commitment…when past generations made the commitment knowing the love has to grow– and were patient with that… They certainly didn’t have the Bachelor, etc and all this crazy posturing and guess work and faked emotional bond somehow created under the microscope of the television camera and the pressure of identifying love vs lust….and Please know you are always welcome to take the stage here, Mist. ((Hugs))- Ret
Loose lips sink ships. I have no idea how that is relevant, but it’s the only thing that came to mind. 😀
WEll, C. I’m happy to have part of your mind with me here…you perhaps left the rest on the boots post…
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Ummm….. it really IS a shame those boots weren’t transparent. 😀
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