pipedreams Posted January 7, 2019 Share Posted January 7, 2019 Fun read. "I think about how much marriage is like halibut fishing. There’s an occasional shooter – a wedding, a baby, a first home, a graduation or amazing vacation – but mostly it’s a lot of lift and settle, enjoying the more ordinary rhythm and tides of life. It’s the way my wife looks in her flannel pajamas at six in the morning. The way we can sit at dinner without having to talk and how much I want to call her every time I’m alone in the car. It’s emptying her post-mastectomy drains. It’s how good we have become at forgiving each other and the way I look at her after 33 years with a deep sense of satisfaction and say, “We’re old and married.” " https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/why-marriage-is-a-lot-like-halibut-fishing 2 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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