After becoming Mrs. Lam, Margie's daily chore was to make sure her husband does
not leave anything behind before he leaves for work.
"He is very forgetful, many times
he will call me from downstairs saying he forget his car keys. I am used to following
him around each morning to make sure nothing is forgotten.
Once you find yourself willingly to do things like this,
everything is worth it.
Before he wedded, Stephen's apartment and company was in Tuen Mun. But
after he married Margie, their new home is in Hong Kong Island. Sometimes he
will stay behind in Tuen Mun and not return home when he is too busy at
Margie: "Although its a bit silly, I will be quite happy knowing that
I'll get the bed all to myself. When I see him the next morning, I will feel
that I love him a bit more. We enjoy our lifestyle together, sometimes we'll
stay at home and listen to music and drink red wine. On our days off, we'll
go play tennis, activities that do not require a lot of money. Also, we
both love travelling."
Margie feels that love should not be measured with money. "Many people
ask me how much I spent on my wedding, how much my wedding ring is worth,
but I don't like to weigh things in accordance to its price. That is the
reason I didn't want to make my wedding into a big show."
Margie revealed that she and her husband share a little trick to
maintain the freshness to their marriage. "We seldom have big arguements, but
will sometimes quarell over small things. But we have a habit of giving each
other a kiss before going to bed. Although we may feel a bit of anger
after agrueing, we will still kiss. After the kiss, everything will be
alright. Most of the time we will start laughing even before we kiss, all the
anger will be gone after laughing."
"Marriage was a very natural thing for us. We travel to Italy each year
to watch shows. As well, we have a house in England, so we decided to get
married, there was not much planning involved."