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U is for…

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Devotion to one’s wife is not nescersarily a bad thing.

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It’s not just that way round, though.
Devotion in a marriage is important. Couples, weddings, marriage is essential to the world.
People go together.
It’s important to work together as a couple, to be the best partnership you can be..

 

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H is for…

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H is for

Husband

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Mine is called Mark. He is wonderful, helps proof read, type, suplies an endless stream of pens and paper.
In Scotland he carried my little dog to the top of a castle so she wouldn’t whine for me at the bottom.

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He also tested and then described the feelings of every device/machine at the Crannog aswell as making sure I had brilliant, detailed photos.

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Language – A thought but not a Thursday Thought

Normally you would have to wait until a Thursday for a random thought for me but my husband leaving for work this morning just made me have to write this.

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It’s a simple question, right? Or is it merely a trick question?
Now I admit to being lucky.

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Speech therapy as a child and then again in my late teens seemed to diminish any novelties in my speech and dialect.

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And then there’s (Horrifying!!!) examples of a language all of its own that I don’t even begin to understand..

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They are all accepted examples of English. I merely wonder how long it will be till people either all speak the same or do not understand each other at all.

 

What started this? You’ll recall above I said it was my husband. 12 years in a relationship and you find little things that are just yours. For us it’s our morning goodbye which we have done for years. I should point out that I’m from Lanarkshire, Scotland, and nuances of speech come from there and words do sneak in. My husband is from Norfolk, England.

 

Mark – I’ll see you later on.
That’s what it’s supposed to be, with his dialect it turns into..
Ah see ya late Ron.

To which my response has always been

Emma – Sure Ron, unless I’m invisible.

 

 

Point? I just love variations of language and speech. Aswell as little things couples do that they may not even notice anymore..