Audrey Heller

(2/28/32 / Bronx, New York/ Now residing in Florida)

Marriage Vows


When we take our marriage vows, it's
supposed to be, till death do us part,
but in this day and age, it can be over
before it will start! Couples, don't try to
work out their problems and give up,
without even trying! They have no
patience and all you hear, is their
alibiing. If you give up to soon and
don't try to listen to each other, how
do you know, you're doing the right
thing? What was in your mind and
heart, when you accepted, your
wedding ring? A good marriage,
doesn't happen over night, you
have to work at it everyday, until
you get it right. So don't be so
quick, to put an end to your
relationship, as it can turn with the
tide. Then once again, you both,
can have a feeling of pride!

Submitted: Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Edited: Sunday, September 11, 2011

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  • Bud Kevin (8/19/2008 11:19:00 PM)

    Thanks Audrey for the insightful thoughts. Good questions to ponder when one's marriage is stuck. Keep on writing. (Report) Reply

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