Category Archives: Marriage
I was on my way to work this morning when Michael Krasny’s Forum started airing on the radio. Today, the topic was the recent move by the San Francisco Archbishop to revise the teachers’ handbook for four local parochial high schools … Continue reading
Last night I came home to pink-tipped roses and a kiss. So begins our quiet celebration of our 31st year of being together. We had promised to go hiking again to celebrate the day. My hubby was a little reticent … Continue reading
It was a balmy February evening in 1981 when you came to pick me up from our home. You said you were taking me to a new restaurant called Kamakurayama you had chanced upon somewhere in your neighborhood. As we … Continue reading
Daily Post asked for my most cherished, my number one. Here they all are!
I almost dropped the pot I was washing last night when I heard on the BBC that an elderly Paraguayan couple have finally memorialized their union in a societally-culturally-religiously dictated ceremony of matrimony. They decided to do this after 80 … Continue reading
I was browsing through Michelle W.’s WP Challenges when I came across one from August 6. (Yes, I’ve been really behind. It’s all the work and the traveling. I promise to catch up!) Here’s what she posted on that day: … Continue reading
They all want to glamorize couples’ unions in many ways. There’s the glitz and glamour of wedding ceremonies and the ensuing celebration, the romantic getaways, stories of hot steamy sex or frolicking in some idyllic setting. And then there are … Continue reading