Why is it that so many stories of love and romance end with "and they lived happily ever after"? Why does the story end there? What happened next? Is this what is taken for granted when we say "I do"? No matter how you treat each other, no matter how bad things become, or how far the two of you drift apart it's simply a given you will always be together? Maybe there is a reason that even the most articulate writers end the story at that point. Is it even possible to continue the story or for two people to actually live "happily ever after"? Right now I am betting my heart on it.
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