Just when you thought you knew everything about your partner…

… You realise that you don’t.

But not in a bad way, just a surprising way.

I must start off with saying that I am not actually getting married. Sometimes I like to consider these things. You know how I don’t want just a white wedding dress, I want a dress that represents me, and all white, is not me, lol. I need something with a little something different.

I just found recently though my partner wants me to wear all white, because his family are a bit funny with things like that. So, yes, a red wedding dress is apparently completely out.

It did really make me think about though how often my partner still surprises me, lol. I didn’t think he’d care about anything about a wedding, maybe the food (haha) but that was it.

What about you and your partner, or any partners from your past?

On a completely different note, what is IT, with other people thinking they can tell you what to do for your wedding? Like your marrying someone for them, because of them, not other people, lol. I already thought I might have to get bridezilla on my own side, but I will with anyone else too, lol.

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I’ve this little notebook in my bag, and I write notes in it (duh,lol) Usually it’ll be a sentence or a quote for a Blog post, but for whatever reasons I cannot get to a computer at the time. Then at least I have some sort of recollection later on when I read through it, and this was one of them.

I was thinking about when you have a partner and you’ve been together for a while, do you take “advantage” that they should just “get you”? I realised this the other day, when it came to some cleaning of the clothes. I thought that my partner would still want his new white tops washed separately from the rest, but he didn’t. So I ended up not being able wash my red tops, then I got called into work and had to wear this old tight fitted one. I was not impressed,lol.

How often do we just take for granted, that our partners…Just cannot read our minds? That we assume “Well, we’ve done this a hundred times before” and just go ahead, when maybe our partners don’t want too?