Post # 1
So…we’re 54 days away from the wedding and the more I think about the actual IDEA of getting married, it freaks me out a bit. I’ll put it out there: I’m not freaked out by the idea of spending the rest of my life with Fiance, I can see myself having kids with him and growing old, but the *idea* of marriage is scary. It feels like something adults do, and as a 24-year-old college grad who unfortunately can’t find a real job in this economy (& Fiance is paying my bills right now :-/), I don’t honestly feel like an adult.
And don’t get me wrong, Fiance is amazing and I love him and I couldn’t imagine being without him. We’re going on six years at the end of the month. I don’t know…does anyone else ever feel this way?
Post # 3
Marriage isn’t about having everything lined up and figured out. How boring would life be if that were the case? 🙂 It’s about getting through it together. It’s about finding the job budgeting your money and time together, being there for each other through the uncertainties. You don’t already have to have your life figured out to have a successful marriage – you just have to have positive and well-adjusted coping mechanisms for the hard stuff!
Post # 4
Aww thanks. You really made me feel better.. I’m just a worrier, I can’t help it. 😉
Post # 5
@rachie205: That sure is true. We can’t always control the way our lives go. We can just make the best decisions we can each day, and move forward together supporting each other as each day in our lives unfold.