your honeymoon years are over, but you're still going strongNOT saying that couples who haven’t been together for so long get engaged and then married and then suddenly feel their sparks go out. BUT. If you’ve been together since high school, you’ve had your ups, downs, laughs, cries, peaks of total bliss and valleys of totally despair, and you’ve still decided to make a go of it with your bae. While you may have a ring on your finger, it’s really just a new chapter of your love story, and not the most monumental change to your relationship. So, you’ll revel in your new role as fiancé, but not cringe once you have to turn it in for a newer role of wife. And by the time you get married, you’ve probably already had your fair share of fights over the years, so it won’t be the first time that you and your boo have a disagreement. You know how your arguments manifest, you know what kinds of blows each of you usually throws, and you can throw down and then kiss and make up quickly and quietly.
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