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Val May 11, 2010 at 1:02 pm
I’m married and have been for nearly 14 years. It hasn’t been easy but we’re having a blast figuring it all out. Yes, I do get tired but new millennium women try to do sooo much more then our mothers, grandmothers and aunts ever dared to.
I married at 26 and by then I had been around the world and was done with the initial part of my education. I had always wanted to be an attorney but that changed when I met my husband and I’m glad it did. I like decided if I’m working late or not. I really enjoy going home and making my husband the test dummy for my new recipes and chasing my son around the house with his socks I found in my bed, under the sheets. 
We were together 8 years before having our son and it gave us time to learn each other. We’re both in our 40’s now and our son is probably blessed because of it. We know how to be parents and are willing to put in the WORK to have a balanced family life. By balanced I mean, we love God, our selves, each other and then our son. (NOTE THE ORDER) The time before our son was born allowed us to learn each other and grow together. You can lose yourself in the hectic lives we live today. Women have so evolved that we could never be compared to our grandmothers or even our mothers in most cases. I find myself looking at my momma and asking “how in the world did you do this with a husband and 3 kids?” I only have one and my days all run together.
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