Their plan was to be childless, it seemed they had talked about it before they got married and they were both cool with it. One day, while they were watching a football game at a bar, he told her he wanted children. They had an argument about it and she left him at the bar to take a seat outside in the cold. He went outside to apologize and said “If it’s between you and having kids, you win. Every time. No question” To make up for their fight, they had a quickie in the restroom.
In 2004, I started a monthly email series to my friends, their friends and basically every woman who had an email address I could grab and add to my mailing list.
After I wrote the first one, I read it over and over and I still wasn’t confident it was good enough. So, I sent it to my friend, Akin, to help me have a look at it and give me a feedback.
Today I am writing on two of my life truths.
Today I am writing on two of my life truths.Here they are!
April 1, 2015
I shouldn’t be in here tonight, I should be out there having fun and being grateful for all the many blessings life has given me in the past one year, but like every other birthdays, I like my nights quiet.
Tonight I take a pause from my successes; I am counting my many tears and listening to my fears. All my fears.
January 1, 2015
One of my favorite things in 2014 is Nashville, an American musical drama TV series. I find the complex relationship between Rayna Jaymes and Deacon Claybourne very titillating – the romantic attraction that pulls them together and the many complications that push them apart. All at the same time.
Thank you for loving us fiercely without conditions. It didn’t matter what we did or didn’t do, it didn’t matter what we have or didn’t have, you loved us all the same.
Thank you for sacrificing your life for us. Waking up so early and sleeping so late, working all round the clock, night and day you risked your life so that we can have a life.