It seems like the whirlwind of an engagement, wedding, honeymoon and everything else in between blurs what being married is like. My partner is the same; we just signed a few papers. Nope. Our recent travel to Bacolod made me realize how much my life has changed. My revelation happened while sitting in the backseat, looking at sugar fields outside.
I’m in the car of my husband’s friend. I have no golf bag. We traveled to food trip.
I was a competitive golfer all my life, traveling to new places without friends but always with a serious mission. My present is now the opposite of my past! Being tied to someone comes with its own set of problems, but Jovi and I have been dodging grief so far by open communication and compromise. One of the things that I feel so grateful for being married to him is that he is good in math and a natural saver. Matched with my frugality, we have some left to enjoy. Here’s our 4-day itinerary in Bacolod:
Lunch at hole-in-the-wall chicken place
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