Slowly Remerging

Hello my blogging buddies. I hope you've all been doing well and those of you that are participating in the A-Z Challenge aren't too exhausted and have been having lots of fun and made plenty of new connections.

I've had a rough few weeks so needed to take a break from the blogging world and do some self-care. My migraines got a bit out of hand and work was slammed. I was exhausted by the time I got home and didn't have the energy to blog. I'm just now beginning to feel like myself again and ready to remerge from the cocoon of my comfy chair.

Thankfully, the recent increase in migraines coincided with a visit to my migraine specialist so she hooked me up with a round of powerful steroids, an increase in my botox injections, and an adjustment to my migraine preventative, so I'm hopeful things are headed in the right direction once again.

On another positive note, my job will also be keep me an extra day through the rest of the year so...I think I'll have to keep my blogging schedule the way it is now. I'll post either on Fridays or over the weekend. No more Monday posts for this chick.

I saw this on Facebook a few weeks ago and it really resonated with me:

I felt it spoke volumes of truth about marriage/partnership. No one in this world knows you the way your spouse or partner does. They see you at your best and they see you at your worst. If they are truly meant to be your partner in life, they will see you through the end and walk beside you through it all. They will not envy your achievements but share your joy. They will not judge your faults but help you find your way through to betterment. They will hold your hand while sitting beside you on the couch, walking through the mall, or sitting across from you at the dinner table...but most of all, they will lend a hand through life. 

So while marriage is not always beautiful, it is one of the most beautiful things that can happen to you when you've found the right person to share it with and I hope you all have or will soon because we all deserve it.

What is your favorite thing about marriage/partnership? What is your least favorite thing? If you're not with someone, what do you hope to find or avoid in a partner?