I've been watching current events. No, I don't mean what's happening on the Afghanistan and Pakistan border (although I'm paying attention to that as well) but the primary news at work in the American grocery store check out line. Yes, you know our focus is on Demi Moore and Ashton Kutchner's careening and crumbled marriage. One thing is pretty certain. It's over. Done. Finito.
What isn't certain in any way shape or form is why it's over. Rumors have it (and a few videos as well) that Ashton was out a little late, a little wavering in his vows here and there. Oh, yes, of course and there is that age thing. *Full disclosure note - my husband is younger than I am. A fact that I don't parade around like some bizarre trophy. Things happen. People meet. Relationships are born out of love, common bonds, and friendship. A type of soul connecting. At least it did in our case and it wasn't something either of us had planned. Perhaps, the case of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones as well as many couples of all ages, races, cultures, religions that have surprisingly evolved the same way. These people have crossed some 'perception in a box' expectation of who we are expected to be as couples. Which extends of course to who we are expected to be as people in general Neat. Predictable. Respectible unless you're rich and famous, of course.
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