Overcome your commitment issues and build a lasting marriage. A cord of three strands is not easily broken.
How do you tell your new husband that the (relatively) sane woman he married is on leave and a weepy clinically depressed woman is moving in? How do you tell him that you’re not sure how long she’ll stick around, a day, a week, or a month, but last time she visited she really overstayed her… Continue reading My Love, the Darkness is Coming
November 5th, I finally (finally!) got married for the first time at 37 years old. Since God mended my bitter little heart towards men more than a decade ago, this has been the desire of my heart. And, o man, do I ever love Jason. In so many ways he’s exactly what I’ve been praying… Continue reading What I’ve Learned From My First Month of Marriage
I’ve spent a lot of time lately worried about getting my needs met. You can hardly blame me. After all, my finance and I are getting married in just 27 days and we still don’t know where we’re going to live after the wedding. Jason needs a job in Arizona. Or I need one in… Continue reading What I Need
This is supposed to be one of the happiest times of my life. I’m engaged and planning a wedding. Shouldn’t I be all aglow? High on love and drunk on happ’ly-ever-after? I’m pretty sure I should be day-dreaming about forever and doodling Mrs. Jason Redmon on my notebooks complete with little hearts. Instead, I’m battling panic. What… Continue reading The Wedding Crasher