so over the weekend, my cousin expressed that she was takin' her girls (all 3 of 'em -ages 14, 10, and 4) to see "Why did I get Married Too" and that i should tag along. well, saturday night that's what i did. i will not spoil the movie for you.
but it's good, the fact that you couldn't predict ending was appreciated. and although, the characters are extreme representations of personal faults - the movie is engaging no less. It exploited some stereotypes and misgivings of the omnipotent variety that plagues our community.
without giving it away...
How should/does a wife react to her underemployed husband becoming adequately employed - meaning your husband has a good nix that great job and he loves his work?
Is infidelity worth disintegrating the home (i.e. stable incomes, lifestyle, etc.)?
Since when does money accrued during a marriage become nondivisible post-marriage?
Under what circumstances can you be supportive to an ex-spouse without fomenting the ire of your spouse?
that's all of folks...
SO LONG, FAREWELL...
The View From Here will conclude on Friday, October 1, our third year anniversary. We would like to spend this month thanking all of our readers, followers, haters, visitors, family, friends, and fans for your continued support, encouragement, and comments over these past few years. Thanks y'all!
-The Five Spot