Happily Ever After

“And they lived happily ever after.” Today’s post asks us to think about this line for a few minutes. Are we living happily ever after? And if not, what would it take for us to get there?

Damn you WordPress, Damn you. Are you trying to make me unhappy or what? Fuck It!

Right! Ok. Am I Happy? Bahahahahahahaha. NO. My mind is not idle enough to achieve true happiness. I can be happy and I get a lot of enjoyment out of life.

I ask my husband if he’s happy and he answers yes, but his mood swings I think contradict this. He how ever has the benefit of a simpler mind then mine. I don’t mean simple as unintelligent, I mean it more as able to switch off, think uncomplicated thoughts and, enjoy simple things and live in the moment. I try to be mindful and live in the moment, but one of us has to keep their minds on the future and consequences.

Any of you that have carefree never think of tomorrow partners will understand where I am coming from here; it’s not fun being the buzz kill.

What would it take for me to be happy? Money! To be debt free. Money the bane of my existence. And yes I am working on getting us in a better financial situation, but it’s a long hall, a long term plan.

Post 54 of 365 writing post prompts 2014 (M29)


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