Originally, when very first thought of,В it’s visible thatВ there’s aВ difference inbetween living the single life spil opposed to the married/family life. Most people who are single typically are out often, and most weekends, usually gone past midnight hours, going on the latest “mission” (lol!) always up for a drink, and flocking towards most any thick social get together. Most people who are married or living the family life with kids are typically huis through the week, looking for babysitters for a night out on the weekend, programma the next family outing, getting to bloemperk early (if they’re fortunate lol!) and opt for any outing that doesn’t involve noise confinements.
В Tho’ there are those evident differences, it didn’t truly succesnummer mij until I had a conversation with an old friend. Wij’re both 31, and had met back ter the seventh grade. Wij were pretty close for a few years, then lost touch through high schoolgebouw. Wij never kept touch at all till wij found each other through Facebook.
So wij’re catching up on basic things andВ she tells mij she’s single living up north, no kids, and working utter time. I react by explaining how I’m married now, still living ter town, Trio kids, and huis utter time. Accomplish precies opposites! This wasgoed neither a good or bad thing, just an observance. She seemed pretty glad, and wij talked.
Then the question comes up, “So what do you do for joy?” my friend asks. My mind paused for half a 2nd, not because I couldn’t response hier question but because I realized that my response and hers were downright different. I recalled ter my mind the nights that just my hubby and I spend together away from the kids, late night soaks te the hot bathtub, family bowling nights, movie nights te with the kids, going on family bike rails, big family get togethers with lots of huis cooked food, catching a comedy showcase with friends, etc. She mentioned earlier of hier nights out late at the clubs, or parties, basically dangling around the dating toneel. Nights I recall fairly well myself! So I proceeded to response hier about what I actually do for joy. By the end of our conversation, I realized wij were ter two separate worlds. I used to be ter hier boots, soВ I knew that sheВ would never truly comprehend my sources of “joy”. It’s just amazing the difference inbetween the two, when you have the chance to be able to compare both sides of living the family life vs. the single life.
It wasgoed that conversation that inspired mij to truly reflect on my life. I loved that my friend wasgoed living cheerfully single and loving herself. I noted how different our lives were, and again- I don’t believe either lifestyle is any better, because I do think that either way whether you’re single with or without kids, married, etc. everybody is different and has different wants andВ needs to cater to. I guess for mij this conversation wasgoed simplyВ a bit of an eye opener to how my life has indeed switched.
В I’ve experienced the entire single toneel, so it’s interesting to look back and pull up old memories and feelings and comparing them to where I’m at now. I recall the days of living for the weekends! The week wasgoed just a countdown for what wasgoed indeed goin on. I do have to admit, my priorities weren’t exactly where they should’ve bot at all times. But that for mij, wasgoed a while back now. Staying up all night wasgoed never a problem, te fact most of the times I wouldn’t leave the house till 10pm to embark off the night. Those were good times for sure!
В I’m still experiencing good times, te ways more fulfilling to mij now than before. It’s a different kleuter of enjoyment when you’ve got your family involved through everything. It certainly has you on your guard for keeping your priorities straight, because more than just yourself to look out for, there’s now a entire other unit, my hubby and Trio kids. Going out with friends back then all the time, never truly knowing what wasgoed gonna go down for that night or weekend, were all fine times. But I have to say that living the family life now, involves times that are just spil good, if not better.
Now, especially being huis total time I’m far off from commencing my nights out at 10pm. I think most nights I’m about drained and ready to call it a day by 9pm. It’s even better when you have someone who shares your life, helping you work towards the same objective. I think the family life I have has made mij truly zekering and appreciate all of the little things. Don’t get mij wrong, there’s slew of times where I’d love to just step away from all the “madness” of the kids and all, but that’s just part of the entire package. Maybe it’s mij getting older. I mean- wiser! Hahaha! Like I said, something to reflect on and share. To say the very least, who I am, where I’m at, and what I have now, I am deeply grateful!
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