This is the second of five essays I am writing in cooperation with Pridebuzz.com. If you haven’t had a chance to read the first installment, I would advise you to do so for some context on this piece.
Where we left off last time, I had just married my husband, and we were really just settling into the new, legal reality that we were hitched. It’s bizarre to say, but even though we had been together already for five years, marriage really did sort of change things. A formality settled in; a new awareness of our personal ticks and our daily routine. It didn’t make me angry or upset; I was more amused with the difference in my awareness. At first. But whatever. A husband is the person who annoys you the best, right? In that case, we are both perfect for each other.
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