Part I ~ For richer for poorer
One of the many facets of Marriage within Chronic illness.
During this year, with my husband, we celebrated 30 years of marriage. We didn’t anticipate the limitations now ever-present, we hadn’t even thought about that when we first married. We were young, naive, having fun (and learning about disagreement) and preoccupied with our life getting to know each other.
A fairly recent, very light-hearted, conversation prompted a thought. And as my readers will know, that’s not unusual for me.
I had been chatting with one of my children & reflecting on their recent visit to Tate Modern in London. (No, I still haven’t reached the dizzy heights of London.) We discussed our general feelings on modern art & how it is interpreted, and how I often struggle to interpret it. I mentioned a news piece I’d seen recently, which explored an installation of elevated vacuum cleaners.
It’s a touchy and very awkward subject. One hard enough to accept, let alone talk about. But I’m going to…