For Better

I didn’t go into my first marriage thinking it was going to all be some cake walk.  I knew that it would take work and I thought that we would be strong enough to survive the amount of work it would need. 

There was a commercial this week for the show “Glenn Martin DDS” (I admit I’ve never seen it) in which the wife and mother yells “I married you for better or for worse and I’m not giving up until I get the better.”  I often think that I waited too long for better.  Or maybe I got my better on the front end and it only got worse when I kept expecting the better to come.  What if all of Ed’s better is used up now?

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