Pft. “Ever After” has always felt like something that was intangible, something at the tips of my fingers that I just couldn’t grab.
Almost 6 years of marriage later, I’m learning that “Ever After” isn’t just in fairytales, or filled with fluff with cotton candy. That’s there, but it’s not what makes “Ever After.”
It’s those moments of tenderness, of happiness, of sadness, of anger, of love, of sticking it through when you want to quit that have made “Ever After” my reality.
So here’s to finding out more about “Ever After” on this journey of life, love and marriage.