Tag: marriage

Casting

If you married a man who was a fisherman, who fished not for single trout or salmon but for herds of whitefish which he then sold to stores and restaurants so tourists could enjoy an authentic Lake Superior meal, your whole life would smell… Continue Reading “Casting”

Glory

They were married a good long time. Longer than most of us will be married. My mother would say, “Nobody knows what’s in a marriage but the people in it,” so I hesitate to describe their relationship but, to me, it seemed that there… Continue Reading “Glory”

Stop Me Before I Make a Big Mistake

The other night as we were getting ready to go a small town race track to watch car racing and hang with the families in their matching John Deere baseball caps, my husband put on a pair of shorts which double as swimming trunks.… Continue Reading “Stop Me Before I Make a Big Mistake”

A Fine Pie

I’ll take pie and ice cream over cake and ice cream any day of the week and here’s why. Pie has more personality and way more power. I courted my husband with pie. He was getting over a bad break-up and living in a… Continue Reading “A Fine Pie”

What Makes a Person Lucky?

What makes a person lucky? Is it true that people make their own luck? What separates the runner who lost a leg from the one who finished the Boston Marathon 60 seconds before? Why does one family lose a son, have a terribly injured… Continue Reading “What Makes a Person Lucky?”

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