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Fern(Mi)    Posted 01-07-2004 at 17:29:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
This last year I remembered something my wife had done some years ago. Just moments bfore stepping up in front of the preacher she had developed a severe case of cold feet making remarks like "I don't want to do this." or "I'm not ready for this." or I don't know if I want to get married yet."
To all this I reminded her of our blod tests, having to go dutch on the licsence. And, told her, "Do it anyway. We'll discuss it later."
Since then I have asked her if our relationship was going to last. If not I wanted to look to greener pastures, so to speek.
Well, she has decided to let me wait another five years on till our fiftith anversary for an answer.
My problem is, is she just stringing me along or will she give a positive maybe a few years from now.
Totally perplexed

Sid    Posted 01-07-2004 at 18:56:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
I would venture to guess she will probably keep you around. She agreed to anothe five years at least. I would say congradulation are in order for making it 45 years My wife and I noticed our 35th anniversery a couple of weeks ago and we got it this far one day at a time some good some not so good some very good. We both intended it to be as long as we live. I do not mean to sound as if I am something special because of this but I am very lucky. This Brittney thing in the news burns me they made a joke of marriage in my opinion and because she is in the spotlight she is some kind of hero??? Well back to the subject hope you both see those next five years and more besides that.

Ron,Ar    Posted 01-07-2004 at 18:43:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
Man you do have a problem there don't you.
I think she is just playing hard to get, you might better ask her again, say on your second 50th huh?

btw.. ya must be doing something right.

deadcarp    Posted 01-07-2004 at 18:31:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
not that either of us are lacking in looks, but let me tell you about a couple i know: they kinda palled around in school but didn't socialize much cuz they were both homely as sin okay? not picking on them mind you - i mean everybody knew it and they even agreed. later on, they'd go a few places together and i happened to see him years later. after our greetings, he told me oh yeah he still saw her sometimes, in fact they went around together and had made a mutual agreement that they'd hang out until somebody better came along. well when i moved back here, my mom mentioned that they'd finally gotten married, in fact they live not far away.

so i stopped over one day, drove in and here was a nice house, mowed lawn and a whole gang (5 i think) of the cutest, friendliest kids you ever saw! i was having coffee on the porch and he came in from the field - first thing he did was greet me, waved both hands around and said "what can i say?" what can anybody say? but now i'll go to my grave knowing strange things happen :)

Dieselrider    Posted 01-07-2004 at 17:34:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
Any one can throw a ball but, only a few can make a living at it. The same goes for marriage. Any one can "say" I do or I will but, only the best men and women can make it last. Good luck.

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