We've all been there, asking a newlywed how they're adjusting to married life, I'm guilty of it too. So consider this blog a PSA wherein you realize how annoying it is to be asked the same question an average of three times a day (and sometimes by the same people in the same week). You mean well. I get it. But married life is basically the same as unmarried life except the part where you don't get judged for sharing a bedroom.
Can you imagine anyone ever replying, "it's awful, please help me." when you ask them how married life is? What if they did? Are you prepared for that? You probably aren't. God bless the poor souls who've asked me about married life, because I'm awkward and I just jump straight into the oddity of how it's much easier to change your name than it is to change your bank account.
Being married is the bomb, but it's not some fast-developing story of which I care to give real-time coverage. Tell and I dated for 7.5 years before we were married and I really didn't expect to learn a whole lot more about him once we were legally bound together forever, and for the most part, I was right. Other than discovering that Tell buys worcestershire sauce literally every time he goes to the grocery store, and realizing that I do the same with flour and sugar, we're the same as we've always been: two best friends. Except now we have A LOT of worcestershire sauce, flour, and sugar.