I would rather think that I might be wrong than to think I know I’m right, I think. 🙂
When facts cloud your judgment, confusion reigns.
Shouldn’t it be “For better or worse, richer or poorer, in health and in sickness?” Why did they switch that whole first is better thing, i.e., “For better or worse, richer or poorer and in sickness and in health.”
I guess whoever wrote those vows wanted to end it on a good note. 🙂
Also I think there is a thin line between give and get and give and take. In fact, there may just be 4 types of people in the world. Those who give, those who get, those who take and those who get taken. 🙂Share
Sometimes “getting it” can mean you don’t really get it and “not getting it” can mean there’s nothing to get. 🙂
You can’t have good without bad but as long as you have more good than bad it’s all good.
There is a fine line between changed for the better and fixed for the worse.
Wouldn’t it be great if the more things changed the more they didn’t stay the same?
That was the one thing I forgot to remember. —J.M.S.Share
The clock is going to be running around the clock. —J.M.S.Share