If you’ve been a regular reader around here for any length of time, you know that I’m a rock chick. I prefer rock music to pretty much anything. In fact, if I’m being honest, most other music annoys the crap out of me. Sure, I’ll listen to a good song here or there but overall, I’m picking rock. Every. Single. Time. So why the long explanation? Because today I’m going far, far away from rock music. So far away in fact, we’re landing in country. Before you run away screaming, let me explain.
I say all the time that the next time I get married, I’m marrying for money (I’ll admit this was funnier before I had all my marital problems but still). Having been in my marriage for almost 8 years, we’ve had our share of broke times. Very broke times. I think I’ve talked about how broke we were a bit but I’ll have to share a lot more. Anyway, if you’ve ever been broke, you know how much easier it is when you have money. And, when you marry into a tremendous amount of debt only to incur more, you really appreciate when you stop living paycheck to paycheck.
But when you’re in love, money doesn’t matter (well, most of the time it doesn’t matter). While you can’t eat love, it does make getting through those broke times a lot easier. However, during those times, you can’t help but think of what you’d do differently the next time. Trace Adkins does too in his song “Marry for Money”: