Why I Considered Marrying Quite Early
It will be so hard for me to fail to recall sitting across from my department’s dean just a week away from my graduation. This was just a week after I had celebrated my 21st birthday. This was my 3rd year in college yet I had garnered enough credits to graduate. I was actually in the dean’s office where she was wondering how I was able to cram a whole year’s worth of coursework in a very limited period of time. She actually felt that I rushed through the course so that I can take my master’s program quite early. She however did not know that I had been engaged as from November and plans for the wedding were underway. It is at this point that I chose to tell her that I was getting married before she handed me my folder.
It is not hard to understand why she could not say anything. This is because people assume that your twenties need to be for your pals. This will be the best time for you to discover more about yourself and even travel. It will often be the best time to discover more of who you truly are. But I wanted to experience all these with my partner. I met my spouse in high school when he was a sophomore. We actually conversed online for a while before he eventually requested me out for a dinner. We soon become a thing and this was no time to look back. It is understandable that we were immature as well as insecure in the beginning. You will realize that jealousy will only bring about contempt. WE actually have never broken up.
We tied the note when he was twenty two while I was twenty one. This has been close to ten years now that have been filled with great memories. I have helped him do a lot of things like training for marathons and even discover his inherent ability to cook. We have actually switched careers over six times now. We have been blessed with two babies who we so dearly love. It is just two weeks away from us celebrating ten years of this wedded bliss and fifteen years of being together.
There is no point that I have ever regretted getting married this early. It is imperative to indicate that we knew that we were destined for one another right from the start. There was absolutely no need to get anything altered in my system. He did not even consider sowing wild oats. We took things slowly. It was actually the best choice for us.