but that is the whole point.. it is true that some plan marriage.(which usually fails)<br>but the majority just fall into it face first.. <br>or simply marry the first one that cooks breakfast instead of running at first light.<br>I never had any success with any person who wanted to make a date.<br>There is always one person in your life who simply will not go away.. that is the one... the reliable one .. marry her and stop chasing the dream girl.. because there is a dream girl inside every woman.. What do you see when you turn out the lights...?<br><br>
I hardly ever attended school.. I was a wild child.<br>I was walking home from a g/f's place with some of my vinyl collection under my arm.. Walking past another classmate's parents home, when a young woman walked out of the gate in front of me.. she said hi, asked me what were the records I was carrying, found that we shared musical tastes, .found that we went to the same school and should be in some of the same classes except of course.. I didn't visit class often. She offered me a ride home. That was in 1970.. She even conned me into doing my final exams by breaking her ruler in half so thatwe each had half a ruler. We are still together. The classmates place she was visiting? well that classmate also married another classmate and yes they are still together also. Yes and half of my schoolmates have gone beyond too.<br><br>
Screw the marriage license. Its nothing but paper that says nothing.<br><br>I have seen marriages.<br>From childhood sweet hearts<br>To best friends forever then get married.<br>to heart throbs and one nite stands.<br><br>All have gotten a devorce.<br><br>Marriage is a work in progress that needs building by both forever.<br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Hey what a great story, Entish. <br>I had lots of crushes on people I thought I could not do without. I was still single for a couple years after I got out of high school. I was starting to get that stifling feeling living in a small town where there was no one new and few surprises and beginning to consider moving away. But after a wedding reception, some of my friends and I ended up going to a house with some guys and I hit it off with a shy one with a wonderful smile. Even though our families had lived in the same small community & our older siblings were in the same grades we never really knew each other. He even used to buy gas at my dad's store & I waited on him. That first night we sat and talked until morning. I felt a strange mixture of excitement and peace with this person. Still do. We made plans for the next day and the next and the next. We have been together almost 23 years and married for 22 of that.(half our lives now) I think the key thing is love, mutual respect & the fact that we bring out the best in each other. <br><br>Cheers, iRock<br>There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: LSD and [Unix] BSD. We don't believe this to be a coincidence.<br>Jeremy S. Anderson
Well iRock you are a very lucky lady - I'm on marriage #2, and if I ever get around to extricating myself from this one I may never attempt it again. I'm starting to believe some of us are just too independent to make a partnership like marriage work out the way I imagine it should work.<br><br>
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