Relationships are not easy, but if we are lucky they are worth the struggle!

Relationships are not easy, but if we are lucky they are worth the struggle!

So I suppose, what I have learned is that it is not easy to maintain a loving, equal, honest adult relationship.  Life is complicated and messy!!  A good relationship requires yelling and talking.  Compromise and conviction.  Passion and tenderness.  Laughter and tears.

And these are the things I want to do with Karol.

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Until I draw my last breath!

 

 

Carol Rood

 Coffee, Clutter and Chaos

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