Archive for the ‘Three Questions’ Category

Cliff reminded me earlier today that one of our big fears, at the start of our relationship, was running out of things to talk about. And we have. Many times over. Amazingly, we’ve learned to enjoy the silence, while also trusting that another great topic of conversation will come up soon. But sometimes you don’t more »

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Here’s a fact about marriage: Sometimes you just run out of things to say. As I’ve mentioned before, when Cliff and I swear off talking about the kids, and then find we don’t have any other pressing conversational topics, we take turns asking each other questions. I almost always learn something new: sometimes about Cliff, more »

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One of marriage’s biggest downfalls is its mundane-ness: the same person, in the same house, every day, for as long as you both shall live. Keeping marriage fresh takes intentional effort. It starts with the assumption that you do not know everything there is to know about your partner, and that it might be fun more »

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