26/28

It may be past midnight here in Saskatchewan, but where I currently reside, it is still before midnight, therefore I didn’t miss blogging today ;)

I just got home from watching a movie that had some ideas about love that I really didn’t agree with.  Just to let you in on one irritating comment, I’ll share this.  Drew Barrymore is talking with her friend who just met a married man and has feelings for him.  Barrymore shares a story about this guy she knew who was happily married for 15 years, but then met some lady at a church event (of all places!) and ends up divorcing his current wife and now has been married to this new wife for x number of years.  She says: “What if you meet the love of your life but you’ve already married someone else? Are you supposed to let true love pass you by?”

Do people actually subscribe to this kind of love?  I admit, there was a time in my life where I may have believed in and been screwed by today’s definition, or lack-there-of.  But after two hours of this being shoved in my face, I was reminded that I have a choice. Or rather, I make a choice.

[here is the positive part of the blog]  I choose to keep my commitments, for better or worse.  To love my husband, for better or worse.  To love God, for better or worse.  To write a blog every day, for better or worse.

I miss you husband, can’t wait to see you tomorrow :)

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  1. Marilyn

    You are so right Chelsey – we all have a choice – and when we make the best choices for ourselves and those we love we benefit – and not in material goods either but in the things in life that really counts – love, companionship, relationship, trust and commitment to ones self and to others.(the list goes on and on) It’s just a win win thing! keep blogging – your thoughts are inspiring – your ability to put your thoughts into words is such a blessing and a choice! One that I enjoy very much – I will be sad when the month is over!

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