In sickness and in health..
Til death do us part.
Even unmarried people memorize that! But when said on your wedding day in front of all in attendance and most of all God as witnesses, do we really mean those words?
I mean, my husband isn’t perfect and neither do i. I throw fits then and there, he would forgive me, sometimes say sorry even when I was the one at fault. Being a good wife is what I dream every now and then but can I be a good wife when tending our very own kitchen I fail? Alright, that’s shallow.
You love your husband on your glory days together, but when he shows his temper, ridicule you in public and brought you humiliation, do you still love him? I might call it my worst this morning but I know he would not do that if I only understood. That was just a petty misunderstanding but the scar it left my heart will take time to heal..
But loving him in spite and despite of all that transpired this morning is the WORST I am referring to on “for better or for worst” piece. So if i would not be following that piece and leave because of that "worst" am referring too, i only choose a life that is "for better" it would have been the best choice but is it really the best?
Am always glad i watched, FIREPROOF. I would never choose to leave. I would never leave my partner behind, especially in a fire!
Even if there are no more 'for better" and what life only offers is 'worst'.
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