December 7, 2021

10 thoughts on “An Odd Beginning to Bliss

  1. HEY BRO.. NICE STORY. GLAD YOU DID’T MARRY THE SUSIE “ho” .
    I KNOW A “SUSIE” AND THAT’S WHAT SHE IS..LOL..
    BUT IT WAS A NICE STORY TO READ.. HOPE YOU GOT TO SPREAD SOME CAKE ON THAT FROSTING THOUGH..LMAO!!

    1. Well that Susie was pretty good to have around at night, but I think I made the right choice. I NEVER thought I should have stayed with Susie instead of marrying Lita. After almost 31 years, I must have been right.
      No, no cake for the frosting. I believe it was cherry frosting too, I can’t remember if I specified in the article.
      I’m more of a pie man anyway.

  2. Well I sure learned a lot from that awesome story. Besides the fact that my UJ used to be a horn dog…lol And LMAO at Aunt Lita playin an Xrated movie at her party….lol. That’s very sweet of her to cook you some yummy frosting….lol. I can so vouch for her being an awesome cook too..hehe.
    I really loved the story.
    Happy 30 Years!!!

    1. Hey girl, we were all young once. Being young then versus being young now is not that much different.
      I still tease Aunt Lita about that frosting, even to this day.
      When I get over this gout, maybe I’ll get in a story about something else interesting.

  3. Great story! I loved it. Congratulations on 30
    years. I’ve been with my wonderful Filipina
    wife for almost 11 years and wouldn’t trade
    her for the world. Good luck on your website.

    1. Oh, you’re that Dave, from http://www.philippinesplus.com. So did you think my blog was good enough to be mentioned in your “Recommended Blogs” on your site. I’d appreciate all the help I can get for more traffic. I think I mentioned already that I think you’re blog is beautiful and well put together. I hope someday to be able to know enough about blogs to have a set up like that.

  4. Loved your story! Thirty years, that’s great!
    Only have almost 11 years with my wonderful
    Filipina wife, but I tell her it’s been the
    best years of her life. She just laughs, but
    I know she loves me even though we have the
    occasional argument. Thanks for telling your
    story. I really enjoyed reading it.

    1. Thanks a lot Dave. Sometimes those 30 years seem more like 300, but I wouldn’t trade her in either.
      Hope your marriage lasts as long as mine and beyond.
      Please continue to read and let others know. I have plenty of stories that don’t fit into the everyday life category that I will be telling later. Of course the everyday is sometimes filled with plenty of good things too.

    1. It’s not so bad most of the time. We know each other so well now, but I still can’t speak Tagalog.
      I told everyone that it was an interesting, unique story.

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