Assume I’m a watch. You need both a big hand and the little one to tell the time. My husband is my big hand. Without him I don’t function to my full capacity, I also don’t ‘tick’ too well. I love him but we do not spend every “second” together; the little hand is representative of all of those seconds which make up the parts of me as an individual.
I have been disappointed and frustrated by the recent the media attention of Miranda Kerr’s ‘supposed’ marriage breakdown. Whenever Miranda is seen alone and without her husband a new headline appears questioning her marriage. I follow some of these journalists and wonder if they have been short of a story.
Like most people, I read the news. I’m not into the current trends or gossip section but stories and news items which impact on our lives. Miranda’s often solitude outings without Orlando have been making NEWS headlines. This week, at the Golden Globes, she posted 2 pictures of her and hubby Orlando happily together. Yesterday she said:
We are really enjoying our time with Flynn at the moment. He’s such a ball of love and he’s so wonderful. And we are both so busy that I think it’s nice to have that time together and not rush any other babies for now.
The pair was apart for extended periods of time last year because of conflicting work schedules which prompted rumours their marriage was on the rocks. Miranda quashed rumours of a split, saying ‘communication and honesty is the key to their happy marriage’.
I do not know Miranda personally at all but from all I’ve seen she is one well-rounded young mother who happens to be simply stunning and graces the catwalk. Husband and wives, girlfriends and boyfriends and
couples DO spend time apart. It is a key ingredient to a successful relationship that the individuals do also have their own personal identities and are honest and trusting enough to enjoy that. To the journos out there who are scrambling for a story: Try something else!