Marriage Expiration… June 8, 2007Posted by Steve Worthy in Appreciation, Getting Married, Humor, Marriage, Marriage Jokes, Staying Married.
What if your Marriage license expired, would your renew it? What if you were required to take a short test before you renewed it? Would you pass or fail? I know it depends on the content of the test, right?
Here in America their is an expiration date of pretty everything, right:
– Driver License
– Car Tags
– GMAT Scores
– Bottled Water – Go Figure??
– Apartment Leases
– Car Leases
– Various Professional Certifications
It appears that some of the most vital things in our life have a expiration date associated with it. When we initially obtain these various license(s) above, most of them require some studying and testing, some require a college degree from an accredited school, and some require that you study for a certain number years as an apprentice under a “seasoned” professional in you field, right. Lastly, when these certification and licenses do expires in order for us to renew them we have to take some sort of refresher test. Amazing…
However, one of the most vital documents and/or convenants we can obtain and enter into, a Marriage License, does not have an expiration date or require any testing before obtaining it. What if there was a expiration date associated with your Marriage license and before you obtained it you had to take a mandatory test. Also, when it came time to renew your license, you and your spouse were administered a short test. The quiz would cover areas like humility, sacarifice, marital goals, listening skills and a short essay section that required you to write at least 500 words about your marriage and your plans for the next four years.
So what do you think?
Would you pass or fail the renewal process?
What are those 1 or 2 things in our marriage that have expired that we need to work on and renew?