I’ve always loved blogging. I created my first blog on Blogspot (now Blogger) 11 years ago. When my blog reached PR 2, I started earning (PPP, Blogvertise & Sponsored Reviews) and it was actually pretty good. Sadly, I wasn’t able to keep up when I got so absorbed with work and taking care of my little family. And so, I stopped blogging entirely. I kept wishing to start again. I tried a few times but I got caught up all over again. Never had the chance to (fully) get back to blogging until now, and with a new domain! Oh yeah!
In my journey to better my blogging, I am doing this blog challenge, 30 Days of Blogging from Katy Widrick. I stumbled several July blogging prompts but I decided to go with this one.
I am in my current relationship for 11 years. We are married for 3 years now but we’ve been living together for already 9 years. It would be beautiful to say that I am married to my best fried, but I’m not. However, he’s my most reliable friend. He’s my funniest friend. He’s my most loyal friend. He’s my most genuine friend. He’s my most frank friend. But he isn’t my best friend and I am okay with that.
I married a man who is strong-willed, funny, confident, competitive – an extrovert. Me? The exact opposite. Though we have a lot of differences, we seem to really work. Peterson complements me in every way that mattered. His weaknesses are my strong points and my weaknesses are his strong points.
Where one is weak, the other is strong.
Our differences is part of what makes our relationship rich and fulfilling. When we got together we were both 20 years old. The adjustment was hard but as I look back, I am amazed on how much we have grown together. I learned a lot about the world through him and he through mine. Even though he’s not my best friend I love him more than anything, and he is my husband and my partner and one of the best parts of my life.