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Love Lessons: A Marriage Manifesto

” . . . [T]here are three people in a marriage, there’s the woman, there’s the man, and there’s what I call the third person, the most important, the person who is composed of the man and woman together.” –Jose Saramago, … Continue reading

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Unwritten and Unfolding

    I am not living the life I expected to live. Not nearly. From the time I was in kindergarten I expected to be a mother. From the age of about twelve I expected to be a trial lawyer. … Continue reading

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Collecting the Past

In All the Names, the lead character worked as a sub-clerk in a mindless job; during his off hours he collected newspaper clippings about famous people.  The author wrote:           There are people like [him] everywhere, … Continue reading

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