30-Day Blog Challenge: Day One

Day ONE

Your current relationship. (If single discuss how single life is.)

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re·la·tion·ship

[ri-ley-shuh n-ship]
–noun

1. a connection, association, or involvement.
2. connection between persons by blood or marriage.
3. an emotional or other connection between people: the relationship between teachers and students.
4. a sexual involvement; affair.
Origin:
1735–45; relation + -ship

pre·re·la·tion·ship, noun
1. dependence, alliance, kinship. 2. affinity, consanguinity. Relationship, kinship  refer to connection with others by blood or by marriage. Relationship  can be applied to connection either by birth or by marriage: relationship to a ruling family. Kinship  generally denotes common descent and implies a more intimate connection than relationship: the ties and obligations of kinship.
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Relationships. I love relationship. I could talk about my amazing relatioinships with my mother, sister, best friends, church family, my beautiful (literally bouncing) baby boy, or my crazy dog. But, obviously, this statement is referring to my “relationship” status… as in romantic, companion relationship. My relationship with the most loving, patient, faithful, loyal man that has entered my life. My crazy wonderful husband Matthew.
This is my husband…
(with Elisha… ). I promise he’s a good Daddy. :)
There are no words to describe my relationship with this man. We were married January 2, 2010, and have just been through our first year as a “married couple,” which brought with it SO many changes and happenings in both of our lives. I started my first “big girl” job. We became first-time parents. Matthew moved to a brand new city. I moved back home. We bought and moved into our first house. Matthew inherited seven nieces, three nephews, three sisters, and two brothers. I lost my daddy, five days after giving birth to our first child. We’ve stood by one another through two crazy addictions and have never given up on each other.
He is my other half. Through Christ, he has completed a portion of my heart. He loves me for the crazy mess I am. I love him for the nerd he is. Together we have brought an incredibly perfect baby boy (and have just lived through the first 12 relentless weeks of his life).
We promised one another that divorce is not or ever will be an option. We’re bound by blood and spirit. Two have become one.
I love him with all of my heart.
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