A fascinating thing about this time in history is how it’s challenging many of our long-held beliefs and practices. Take the conversation my sister relayed to me the other day. While out for a walk, she stopped to talk with a neighbor – from an appropriate distance, of course – and asked how she was handling time at home with her young children. Click here to continue reading.
“For better or worse.”
That’s the one that gets you. It’s enough of a catch-all to keep people guessing, even when they find out they’ve married a thief or a (God forbid) a lawyer.
But the others are pretty darn steep, too: “in sickness or in health” (that one will break your heart) or (the worst) “for richer or poorer” (half of that one is fun – the other half….not so much). Then there’s the kicker: “Till DEATH do us part.” Good lord. That’s basically getting chained together until one of you drops dead…LITERALLY. Click here to continue reading.
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