Thursday, September 29, 2011 | By: babedevil

Life before 06.07.08

Reading through my old posts, I realised that I DID have a lot of fun.

And I will again. <3

I am your _____.

I used to be your "Baby", "hunny bunny", "exotic girl", "B", "chocolate milk".

I used to pause to think of what to enter into that blank, because there were so many options to choose from. But now, when I pause to think, it is because I have no idea what to fill that blank with.

Because like that blank, now, I am no one to you.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011 | By: babedevil

Mood Swings

When I'm angry I just need to burst out for a while then I'll be fine within the next hour. My fire burns itself out pretty quick.

Even I shock myself with my mood swings sometimes.

It's All On Me

Anger is my way of protecting myself sometimes. But the funny thing is, I can never stay angry at him for long.
Because like a fool, no matter what, I can never bear to see him hurt.

And that's why I am the one who always gets hurt, again and again.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 | By: babedevil

What Happens When One Forgets?

 Something that struck a chord in me...
One thing, though, that stuck out as I watched last night was this:

Near the end, Duke is looking at the notebook he's been reading from the whole time. He flips to the front, and this dedication is written there:

"Read this to me, and I'll come back to you."

That line absolutely cuts me every time.

This story of love that is strong, won't be denied, and can't be broken is a great image of the commitment we make when we take our vows in front of friends and family at the church. Too often, today, when things get tough, people cut and run, leaving a wake of broken hearts and homes behind them. Not too many are willing to stick with it, no matter the cost.

The past 11 years with my wife have been incredible.
Have they been easy? Not always.
Have they been fun? Quite often, but not always.
Have we fought? Yes.
Have we made up? Yes.

As we all know, adversity can either make us stronger, or knock us down...and relationships willing to work through the hard times will be worth the effort.

Take some time, just with your spouse, and talk about "your story", the good and the bad, how it's tested you, and how it's made you stronger. It's worth it!

Now, read that line again:

"Read this to me, and I'll come back to you."

*Excerpt taken from here