All that you have is your soul (Tracy Chapman).

Wednesday, 4 May 2005

Single Minded

I've just spent a very pleasant evening at a good friend's fortieth birthday party.

Most of the people present were single and boy, did it feel great not to be one of them. I don't want to sound smug here, but it really makes you thank G-d that you are married and in my case, to such a special person. For the first time in a while, I didn't take being married for granted. I felt privileged, blessed and so very grateful that I had made the leap. I've got a wife and four kids to show for it and that really separates me from those poor souls who haven't yet moved to "our level".

If you are single and reading this, fret not. Your partner is somewhere out there and he/she will find you. However, If you're married, you will know exactly what I'm crooning about.

Doesn't it feel great to have moved from the single life?


grangy1947 said...

Good point, not to be on the outside looking in!

Kiki said...

yeah I guess, but sometimes variety is the spice of life...

primaryrefsec said...

single life, married life or after life?????