When we moved to Greenville two months ago, I only had a remote job while my husband didn’t have anything. Therefore, we needed to pick and choose what we’d spend our money on. We mutually decided not to pay for a kitchen table, and instead chose to make one. So, we went over our friends house to use his tools. However, if you don’t have … Continue reading My Husband And I Saved Money By Making A Kitchen Table
On November 30th, I celebrated 4 years with my husband. Damn. Time has flown by for the two of us. We met October 2013 and it feels just like yesterday. Since we met online, he planned for us to meet at my local gym, workout and then get some lunch afterward. Right before we met, I pulled into a nearby parking lot and sat in … Continue reading Going Through Tough Times Makes Your Relationship Grow
When my fiancé and I moved 800 + miles away from family and friends, I knew it would change our relationship. I mean, we would be responsible for each other because no one else was around. We didn’t have his mom, my mom, his dad or my dad to fall back on whenever we needed something. I knew it would be a test of love … Continue reading Learning How To Work As A “Team-Couple”
By Hope Kumor 6 Reasons Why Having Siblings Rocks! If you’ve never had a sibling, you don’t know how to feels to have someone there when your parents get into a heated argument. There’s no one around to help coach you when a bully is messing with you or when you just need your big sis to assist with showing you how to do your hair. Sure, … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why Having Siblings Rocks!
I just want to be alone, secluded from the rest of world to think about my wonderful morning with the boyfriend. I want to cherish & keep my thoughts with me as I get through this Tuesday afternoon. 8:25 a.m. My alarm went off to start my day. I must wait for that “On my way” text from him telling me he’s left his house. … Continue reading But, I have to tell you, it’s getting harder & harder to say goodbye.
Thunder roars, it down pours, and flashes of lightning eliminate the whole sky. It’s a depressing day. May 27th, 2012. It’s 11 years on the dot that Edwin Joseph Ness died. Every year it comes, the feeling of sadness washes over my entire body. I don’t like to talk about it, discuss it or think about it, but I need to in order to deal … Continue reading May 27th: We remember our little boy.