Marriage links for the week

Sallie (Two Talent Living) remembers what it was like to be single
and alone during the holidays
. (ht: Solo
Femininity
)

Julie Anne Fidler offers some thoughts
on an imperfect marriage
.

Steve Lynch continues his blogging of the book Covenant Marriage with Chapter
20: Intellectual Intimacy
.

Good intentions can go one
of two ways
… (Why I Love My Husband)

I must have missed this
episode of The Simpsons
. (Ad
Altare Dei)

The Pope calls marriage "the
heritage of humanity
." (Pro Ecclesia * Pro Familia * Pro Civitate)

Derek talks about the
importance of quality time
in a marriage.

Yikes.
(SillyDad.com)

When I was a child, I was quite small for my age, both short and thin. One
time, I was looking up a word in the dictionary. As I flipped
through the C
pages,
I caught
a glimpse
of
my
name. I stopped and looked, fascinated to see how Webster might define me.
"Short," it said. I closed book a little shell-shocked, finally understanding
that I never really had a chance to be big. I’ve
never felt the need to apologize, though
.

If you needed any more proof that Disney has no understanding or respect for
A.A. Milne’s original vision for Winnie-the-Pooh, there’s this.

2 thoughts on “Marriage links for the week

  1. Hi, jus found your website and wanted to say I love the pics of Tater! I’m happily married and we have a 4 month old son – trust me, they get even cuter & more responsive when they’re jus that much older! :) God bless.