I pray to be like the ocean, with soft currents, maybe waves at times. More and more, I want consistency rather than the highs and lows
– Drew Barrymore
Just like a lot of you who visit this site, I’m a bride-to-be and I am planning my nuptial too. Let me tell you about me and my fiancee. My fiancee and I do not always agree on everything. Well, why not . I mean, we both have different parents, different upbringing and thus different ways of solving things – and that’s often the reasons we argue. As I get closer to my wedding day, I begin to ask myself more and more often “do I really want to be married? If so, why”. The more I question myself, the more I get confused and the longer I keep the question open, I seem to find the answer. It’s for the consistency. Relationship stability. It’s the commitment and law that bind us together. It’s having a permanent partner/wingman/roommate that is consisten, and (I hope) our relationship will sustain and develop and it becomes fruitful to us and for people around us. That “consistency” is the big reason why I decided to get married.