Friday, March 27, 2015

I do--Maybe

Most of my friends, acquaintances, and family are in relationships of one kind or another with varying degrees of happiness and commitment.
I don’t envy them.
Still, as I prepare to date seriously—with the intent to commit (at least) to dating—I find myself reconsidering what I once considered spam.
Every two weeks I receive email about how to promote love and happiness in my marriage. Which would be great if I had a marriage I wanted to save.
Up until recently, I deleted these messages with regularity. Today, I pause before I click delete.
Would I—in the right circumstances—ever marry again?
I no longer know the answer. I don’t mind not knowing.
And, truth be told, I’m kind of glad I’m asking.

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