These first ten years of marriage have been an extraordinary journey! There have been so many up and downs. Tears, laughter, anger, frustrations, disappointments, success, doubt, fear, joy, sorrow, bliss, contentment, worry, relief, happiness, stress, hope, and love.
Aaron and I have gone through thick and thin. (pun intended)
We had some very dark times where we were both encouraged to leave the other, but our desire to be together, and make "us" work ultimately wons out.
"True love is the love that lasts through hard times."
Things I've learned after being married 10 years:
- Aaron cannot "read my mind" but he is very good at interpretting "Jessesse"
- Prefection isn't a requirement for anything.
- Pick your battles, don't sweat the small stuff.
I may be having a huge legal/medical battle with Humana and the woman who hit us on May 15th.
I am really worried because it sounds like Humana is going to go after her insurance for all the stuff related to my back. The worst part is, it sounds like if they are not successful getting money from her, then I have to pay for all the medical cost for the accident myself.
I think I need to get a lawyer. : (