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  • I can remeber in my younger days as i watch my parents and many family memebers seperate and divorce. From the outside every house looks clean, but if you enter its full of neglect, pain, and drama. As a kid you really dont know what marriage and divorce means. What a good feeling when you have both parents in a house hold and the family maintains love and honesty and over all loyal to each other. Often i would say when i grow up i want a wife and child and a family and it will never be seperated. Soon after thinking this and molding the thought in my head my parents divorce, to my surprise this was a matter that i thought would never happen. Many years went by and i meet a young lady in junior high school and remain to keep a relationship threw high school and our early adult years. I said this will never end it will last forever and will not end up like my parents. The relationship lasted for 18 years and i often boast it will never end . Once again years went by and that same word never came knocking and the very same thing i seen as a young adult was happening to me. The moral of the story is simple and plain never say never.
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