“I love you.I love you too.” Those are the words I will hear my parents say to eachother every morning. Up until my seventh grade year , my life was pretty close to perfection. My parents would wake my sister up for school. We would wake up early in the morning to pray as a family.After prayer, my Mom will make breakfast. My Dad would gather my sister and I to set the table , then we would eat as a family and day would get started. Dad would go off and drive to work. My Mom would drop my sister and I at school then she would go off to work. Everything slowly started to change once I got to middle school. My Dad didn’t start coming home to till really late. I never really went to sleep. Occasionally, I would look out my window and see my Dad coming home around 2:00 am. I look at the crack between my door and see the disappointment on my Mom face.This went on throughout my sixth grade year. During my seventh grade year, that’s when my parents decided to get a divorce. My parents divorce definitely influence me to never be in a relationship if I am not truly happy. And if its ok to be single and do things on your own.
When my parents got divorced ,it was truly shocking. I live in a small town and the word gotten out pretty quickly. I guess a person would say my parents were #goals. The biggest surprise to me was how my church recated. Everyone constantly asked me if my sister and I was ok. No one really asked my Mom. Everyone mainly went to my Dad. When my Mom got pregnant, during her sophomore year of college, she moved in with my Dad. So my hometown is basically fill up with my Dad side of relatives. So, when my parents announced they are getting a divorced, everyone assumed that my Mom wanted the divorce. ...
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... that my Dad girlfiend Nicki is his soul mate that he’s been looking for. Sometimes a person needs a break form a relationship to see who is really out there for them.
Glad to say now that my parents are on a good page. They get along better now than they did while they were married. Their divorce made we want to wait for marriage. It seems like girls are always the ones to rush towards marriage. I definitely want to wait a while to see if i 'm truly in love with a person. And if it doesn 't happen to me soon , I know it 's not the end of the world. Life still goes on. And I can patiently wait for my time to meet a person i will eventually fall in love. I only want to get married once and never want to go thru what my parents did. I want a love that is authentic. In the words of William Shakspeare ,” When I saw you I fell in love and you smiled because you knew”.
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