Marriage is a thing which only a rare person in his or her life avoids. True bachelors or spinsters make up only a small percent of the population; most single people are “alone but not lonely”. There’s a lot of fun in falling in love with someone the dating and going out with the prospective fiance. All the relatives (par¬ents, grandparents and great grandparents, brothers and sisters, cousins, aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, stepmothers and stepfathers and all in-laws) meanwhile criticize your choice and give advice. The trick here is not to listen to them but propose to your bride-to-be and somehow get her to accept your proposal. Then you may arrange the engagement and fix the day of the wedding.
If people marry for love and not for money nothing can be more pleasant for the bride and the groom than to escape from the guests and go on a honeymoon trip.
It’s fun to return back home with the idea that the person you are married to is somewhat different from the one you knew. But there is no time to think about it because you are newly-weds and you expect a baby.
There is no better fun for a husband than taking his wife to a maternity home alone and bringing her back with the twins or triplets.
And this is where the greatest fun starts: washing the new-born’s nappies and passing away sleepless nights, earning money to keep the family, taking children to kindergarten and later to school. By all means it’s fun to attend parents’ meetings and to learn that your children take after you and don’t do well at school.
The bigger your children grow, the more they resemble you outwardly and the less they display likeness with you inwardly. And you start grumbling at them and discussing with your old friends the problem of the “generation gap”.
And when at last you and your grey-haired spouse start thinking that your family life has calmed down, you haven’t divorced but preserved your union, the climax of your fun bursts out!
One of your dearest offsprings brings a long-legged blonde to your house and says that he wants to marry. And you think: ‘Why do people ever get married?’
“Never put off till tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow”
There are a lot of different quotations about how to do everything on time. One of the famous writers once says: “Never put off till tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow”.
I think its fun statement but I don’t agree with it.
You should understand that if you put off something on the day after tomorrow, it will be to continue for a long time. And finally you won’t do what you planned. I think this statement takes place in well-organized people’s daily routine. Because these people usually finish all their affairs. They will do this at any time they want. But they DO it! And it’s the main thing. It’s not reason for them. They put off something till the day after tomorrow, because they have not much spare time.
But this quotation not suitable for disorganized people. To put off till tomorrow or the day after tomorrow is only a reason not to do that. May be it’s boring for them or may be they are quite lazy. Because I suppose just lazy people are disorganized people.
What about me, I try to do everything at the day, when I planned it. But sometimes I can put off something till the day after tomorrow. And if I do it, so it was not important thing.