It would be understandable to think that date night options are too limited to enjoy on lockdown, but it’s amazing what our imagination can conjure up when we can’t go “out out”.
While we’re housebound & avoiding the overwhelming negativity of social media, our saving grace that we should show our gratitude to is the arts; film, TV, YouTube, books, blogs, sports entertainment.
Imagine a Love Island of more than “beautiful people” living their best life in fully tanned & toned, accessible, cis gendered, heterosexual paradise in the diverse dream Casa Amour stay…
Making the choice to look after my husband is as strong a feminist move as any bra burning shenanigans – it takes a strong woman to exercise that choice power when going against the grain.
It may seem a very specific thing that only fans or wags can relate to, the world of wrestling can teach us a few things about real life.
Being apart from each other whether for his wrestling or for my “social” life is sometimes the worst but times like these really are the best of wag times.
For years I’ve dreaded the “where do you see yourself in five years time?” questions because until he put a ring on it, I didn’t have a clue. Now I know exactly what I want.
What happens after the vows goes one of two ways; you immerse yourself in the adulting of updating your marital status everywhere or walk hand in hand into happiness & that holiday.
There is a big difference in “alone” & “lonely”; one is a state of being, the other is the emotion you feel about that, & I feel both of those on a regular basis in my Wag life.
I thought I was good at buying gifts but I’ve massively been put to shame; my quirky, sentimental wife presents have been trumped by handmade fan presents.
Circumstance usually means I can only cheer my wrestlerman from afar. He can be winning titles in Germany while I’m in a match of my own against our laundry pile at home. How the other half live!
When I married my wrestlerman, that magic wand that transforms a single lady into a domestic goddess never waved over me, so I’m teaching myself how to wife & life.