Wednesday, November 2, 2011


Hi Folks!

Long time no blog!

I apologize for the mini-blogging hiatus but I needed to take some time off.

I desperately needed time to decompress, to unwind, and most importantly to de-stress. Unfortunately, I have only been able to accomplish the first two. Work demands have me more stressed than ever - but it's a good stress. Idle hands are the devil's playground, and my hands are far from idle.

I wish I could report exciting news from the marriage front. I wish I could report that being Newlyweds has somehow changed how we interact with each other. I wish I could report that somehow it's made the two of us fall more in love. I wish I could report that there has been an increase in the romance around here and that we gaze lovingly into each others eyes prior to falling asleep. I wish I could report that we cuddle more or hug more or hold one another in a loving embrace more but alas, that is not the case. Life around here has returned to normal.

In addition to life returning to the status quo, I've been battling some sort of flu/cold for the last two weeks that Brian has managed to catch within the last few days. Let me tell you, nothing says hot sizzling romance like one person coughing uncontrollably and the other blowing ones nose into the 34rd Kleenex of the day. Our conversations revolve around who feels more sick then whom and which one of us has dog duty.

"I'm sick. You take out the dog."
"No. I AM sick. YOU take out the dog."

Poor dog just wants to relieve himself, not listen to his parents fight over who feels more like hell.

I'm actually glad that things haven't changed around here after the wedding. I like how things were. Living together for as long as we have has allowed us to work out the kinks. We've managed to find a good balance that works with our hectic lifestyles. The wedding just made it official. We both knew we were in it for the long haul - that despite work, dogs needing to be walked, illness and whatever else came roaring at us, we would be just fine.

Speaking of the dog....

I know there will be days when I love him more than my husband.

Sorry husband!

As I write this, husband is in bed to my left snoring and the dog is at the foot of the bed (on the floor of course) snoring as well. In about an hour, I'll have a cat snuggled in my ear and sharing my pillow.

All of that is marriage to me. And I love it.
The dog especially......sorry, he's super cute when he snores. The dog. Not the husband.

1 comment:

  1. aww I'm glad you stopped in to say hello! I think once Russ and I are officially married life will be similar to yours as well. I'm excited to make it official, but I know it won't change much as far as HOW we live our lives together.
    Oh, and you loving your dog more than your hubby sometimes? guilty of that myself. Dogs are so much cuter than men when they snore.