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[1: 1,596 of 10,000] Husband And Kids Yor?

In Article on September 21, 2015 at 10:48 PM


Is husband and kids something that I should think about next? I managed to get the best job I’ve ever had so now is meeting a life partner would be my new mission? And eventually leading to having children and calling our team a ‘family’.

Being in a romantic relationship is something I’ve never tried in my life. I feel like I am saving my commitment to the person where we are right for one another. I am scared because I grew up seeing broken relationships and filled with infidelity. I wanted mine to be growing, happy, and loving. It doesn’t have to be perfect in the eyes of others, as long as it is perfect for both of us and more importantly blessed by God.

  1. No. 1 in my list is recognises and lives with God’s love.
  2. It is not too much to ask that I needed him to be faithful as I would be.
  3. Have strong and amazing values that would enrich our relationship.
  4. Serves the world with a purpose and so good at it.
  5. We’re in love.

I’m not a child anymore and I’m offering this thought to God. Whether I marry or not, I will serve God with all that I have. Is it worth spreading my genes to the world? My heart says definitely. God did good guiding me all through this years, and not without cringing and shaking his head for a lot of times.

Yor is a work in progress and so is my future husband. We’ll meet at the right time when we’re both ready.

[1: 718 of 10,000] Why Do Writers Kill The Old Husband?

In Article on August 16, 2012 at 11:59 PM

Why do writers like to kill the old husband?

The wife’s common make-up is young, beautiful, and smart who is married to an old and rich or capable husband, and then the ugly husband dies instantly in the story.

Here are 3 perfect movie and television shows that I found old and rich or could afford to give gifts husbands died and the young, beautiful, and smart wives were either ridiculed, judged, or even blamed for the death.

The Widows (L-R): Legally Blonde’s Brooke Taylor Windham, Fairly Legal’s Lauren Reed, and the latest I’ve watched Bunheads’ Michelle Simms.

It does paint real life scenario that people have something to say about age difference and life status, and for a simple writer reason that it is a good twist and a source of drama.

Love between young and old are possible; when I was younger I have the fantasy to choose a man who is my senior because I can be sure he won’t be childish but mature enough to be a real man. As I mature I prefer someone closer to my age. How about a younger man than I am; I am still indifferent about that idea? I didn’t want to even entertain that thought before and now I just don’t find it worth pursuing.

What do you think?