TODAY is the day our friendship begins!
HELLO, I am your married friend. Whether you are single or married it doesn’t matter to me; so let’s go ahead and get all of the formalities out of the way.
I am MARRIED, and I believe in having a marriage built on the WORD OF GOD.
In saying this I MUST forewarn you that my views will NOT always line up with the world’s #RelationshipGoals.
Now, does this mean that I’m going to be judgmental, and tear you down with the Word?
However, as your married friend, I want to talk about the things that make a marriage better in every way.
Single friends are you still there… this part is for you.
I will be offering incite on how to be a better friend to "your married friend".
As well as, give advice on what to do while you are still in your single season.
Okay so y’all ready to be friends now?
Ready or not here we go!
Friends, I love to do Q&A’s (questions and answers), so NEVER be afraid to ask a question.
I also LOVE feedback, so please tell me if I parked on your street or if I missed the mark.
Laugh with me, cry with me, and most importantly grow with me.
Every marriage starts with a wedding whether it’s the court house or the Ritz Carlton so I invite you to stay tuned as we come together next time to talk about “The Wedding Process”!
Your Married Friend
About the Writer: Ebony Spencer
I’m Ebony. I wear many different crowns I am a daughter, a sister, a friend, a teacher, a wife, and a mother. In my 26 years a lot has happened. I’ll just give you all the basics right now, and hope you’ll come back for the rest. I am the creator of My Sister’s Reflection. It was a concept that came right after I graduated college. I wanted to create a new narrative for black women. I wanted to tell the real stories behind our pain, our smiles, and our beauty. I started doing interviews and kept doubting myself, so I never shared my blog. Then life hit me hard. On May 26th, 2018 my 2 month old son David Charles passed away. My commitment to life has changed drastically! I now fully understand that the tomorrow you planned for is not promised. I realized that someone out there needs to know that someone in your same position made it through, and so can you.