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  • Friday, March 02, 2007
    One Month.
    Beloved and I have survived our first month of marriage.

    It honestly feels no different than not being married felt. We feel like the same family, the same couple, the same people. At least to me - I trust he'll say so if it isn't the case for him.

    It does feel better that I can call him my husband, as opposed to my partner or my (ick) boyfriend. Although I haven't called him my "boyfriend" in forever. Stupid word.

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    posted by Zuska @ 10:40 AM  
    • At Friday, March 02, 2007 1:44:00 PM, Blogger LL said…

      I don't think I sent my congrats after the ceremony, so congrats on one month! JP and I didn't feel much different either- we had long ago made a commitment to each other and the vows only reinforced what was already there. The labels (husband and wife) were what changed and for something so simple I was surprised by how much they meant. I loved saying "my husband" rather than "my boyfriend" (or "my fiance" which I always hated saying).

    • At Friday, March 02, 2007 9:50:00 PM, Blogger Lyco said…

      Yay! I am not surprised that nothing has changed, but even the symbol of calling him your husband will probably change many things in your life. And it seems like you two really thought it through for the right reasons, so am I surprised? No! Am I still completely ecstatic for you? Yes!

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