Chances are that you haven't heard of one of my favorite authors/fellow bibliophiles, but you have seen her books if you like to frequent libraries or bookstores. Her books may have looked you in the eyes, daring you to read them, but you didn't have the time or the fortitude. You might've picked it up and liked what you saw, but again where's the time?
I'm 31 and have been married for four years to a wonderful man. We have been trying for children for about that time, but no luck. We've been tested and so far, my infertility has been unexplained. So I do want kids, but I get lumped into the category of not wanting kids because of the infertility.
In my last chapter of this series (the only one written so far), I compared the novel and 1989 movie to the information given about the remake. Well, April 5th came and went and we were told an old tale with a new twist.
You meet the man or woman of your dreams, marry them, maybe have a kid or two, and maybe you feel like it’s day one with them all the time. You’re happy, they’re happy and life is happy. Years pass and maybe you hold onto that feeling. Or maybe (and more than likely), you find yourself growing tired of your partner. They’ve changed, a little at a time, and things you once found cute or quirky are now annoying and aggravating.