1. Marry your best friend.
2. Don’t try to win an argument.
3. Learn to compromise.
4. Stay young.
5.Respect each other’s space.
Did you always know that your spouse is the one:
TM: No I didn’t. I’ve never really understood people who this is the one so I guess I don’t understand the concept. I just knew that I enjoyed being with him and not being with him felt unnatural so maybe that’s what being the one is. I think people over romanticize love and how you experience it.
NL: Yes, I guess it’s from the first time you meet that person there’s a burst of energy and contentment you feel. You just know that this is the one; I don’t know how to describe it.
What’s the biggest misconception you’ve heard about marriage:
TM: That you should know what your partner’s thinking.
What’s your favourite thing about working with each other?
TM: He’s hilarious! I’m always guaranteed a good time.
NL: We’ve been friends for a long time, even before we got married to our partners so that energy and connection is strong. We know each other pretty well, we’ve performed together at a lot of shows.