Category Archives: Marriage

Part II: Finding the Angle of Repose in Marriage

In my last post, I ended with a promise of a Part II. This second installment comes a bit later than I wanted, but here it is. If you are just jumping into this post. Stop now. Go back and … Continue reading

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Finding the Angle of Repose in Marriage, Part I

Have you been in a Target or a CVS lately? Have you been in any store lately? If so, you’ve encountered the onslaught of red and pink bags of candy, the Valentines, and other related trinkets greeting you as soon … Continue reading

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On 25 Years of Marriage

I was 20 years old when I married Brad. He was 23. He loved my spunk and zest for life. I loved his quick mind and the fact he was a good conversationalist. We were kids, really. But we loved each … Continue reading

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In Celebration of Marriage

“Her husband is respected at the city gate, where he takes his seat among the elders of the land….Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her.”  Proverbs 31: 23, 28 It’s not everyday that … Continue reading

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A Letter to my Younger Self

Earlier this summer, while visiting family in the Midwest, I decided it was time. For the past twenty-three years, my wedding dress has been carefully persevered in a sealed box, neatly stuffed with tissue paper and form-shaping pieces of cardboard. … Continue reading

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We were made for the years

I mentioned in my last post that on the day our family moved into our new home Brad and I celebrated twenty years of marriage.  (According to my master plan, we were supposed to be in Paris or somewhere romantic … Continue reading

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