Let me being by saying I LOVE Tyler Perry. He's brilliant...plain and simple. Perry has the ability to take the realness of what goes on in our lives and present a better way to handle things. He gives you 120 minutes of psychology for $10 give or take depending on where you live. This movie is relatable. I have felt, said, and done at least half of what happened. It will have you both laughing and crying. Not the single tear that strolls down the side of your face, but I'm talking about lip shivering boo hooing.
I really needed this movie. With the things my husband and I have been going through simply watching something so moving can be extremely freeing. I'd rather fight for love then grieve the loss of a love.
Now speaking of annual marriage retreats...
My hubby and I will be married for one year next month and would like to make it special. We were unable to have a honeymoon (nor did we have a wedding night) because he had to go back to training. Any suggestions on what we can do??? We have to stay within California because we can't afford to fly anywhere so we're thinking LA, San Francisco, or Napa. Please, please, please if you have any ideas or know of a nice hotel or something fun to do, leave a comment below. Thanks!