Change

I’ll be the first to admit that I have a rather unique home life. I am not exactly sure how that occurred; it just seemed to work out that way. When Trina and I were dating we talked about what it would be like if we ever got married. I kind of always imagined we would get married, live in a house with a window garden and a white picket fence, and we would raise 2.5 children and have 1.4 dogs.

I figured I would let Trina take the lead raising the 2.0 children and I would focus my efforts on the 0.5 child and if I had time left over I would try and train the 0.4 dog. Looking back, that kind of thinking should have been a clear indication that our marriage would be different.

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