Reflections on Ten Years of Marriage


Faithful HomesteaderThere was a time when I wondered if I would ever get married and now here I am celebrating ten years of marriage. It is hard to believe that it has been that long.

I was 35 when I finally tied the knot. My whole life has changed. I am not the same person today.

I certainly feel like we have grown closer over the years. Even though we have so many differences, it seems we have more in common after ten years.

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We first met when I was just finishing up Bible college and really had no direction or job prospects. On a practical level, the timing was great to get married.

It was not the reason to get married, but it definitely was on my mind. I wanted a life partner and a person that shared my faith. My future husband was in Bible college when I met him so that was a real bonus for me.

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