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Ladies...
Do you find yourself displeased
at your friends because your 
friendship is completely
one-sided? 

Oh. My. Gravy.

I only have one solid friend
that calls me to do something..
And I love her dearly.

But I am always the one to call,
always the one to text,
always the one to start the conversation--
in each one of my friendships.

And this has been happening 
way before my marriage...
so don't even try to pull that card on me.



I read in a savvy magazine article that if you want to 
keep your friendship,
you just need to get over it and keep trying.

I have also heard from a lot of people that
since I am married now..I need to let my friends go.

I kind of don't agree with that...
as long as I include my husband in my plans
and be certain that he is comfortable. Right? 

But sometimes I get exhausted and tired from trying.
It is a bit ridiculous to be straight.

Am I alone here in this opinion? 
Am I weird?
Or is this normal? 

7 comments

  1. You are not alone here! I could have written this post too {word for word}!
    I found that my friendships with other girls are fading out :( and being replace by couple friendships, which I am really enjoying. Ryan and I had a really close friendship with a dating then engaged couple. I could be my self around Jenny and we would do stuff together just us two but then we would go on double dates too.
    I used to let it get to me and I always felt like something was wrong with me, but I am over that now.
    Sorry to be so long winded ;) Glad to know I am not the only one!
    ~Clara

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    1. Clara. Your responses are the absolute best. They make me smile. Without fail. Each time. Thank you darlin.

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  2. hi there!!!! so happy that you found me! how cute is your blog?!! i love it. i also love this post. one of my most favorite quotes is that "as you grow up, you learn that it is less important to have more friends & more important to have real ones." :)
    xoxo
    ellen
    thishive.blogspot.com

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  3. love this post! and the fact that you say oh my gravy haha! xoxo

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  4. Definitely not alone. I'm the same way, definitely always the one to make the attempt to hang out. it is exhausting after a time. But i'd rather keep trying then sit at home alone...

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  5. This so happened to me before and after I got married. Its not fun and totally agree with you!!!!
    XO

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  6. You two are darling!! I found your blog and I absolutely love it! I totally agree with all these! happy I found it! My husband and I went to BYU and then just recently moved to texas! xoxo
    http://aaronkarina.blogspot.com

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