The Seattle Times article I mentioned earlier turned out to be two articles. Michelle did a fabulous job.
- Who is and isn’t marrying, and why
- Why not tie the knot? (the singles panel)
Also, here’s our favorite psychedelic forest fairy in her wedding dress.
Have you read the History of Marriage–AWESOMES. Love really is a come-lately factor to marriage (though I am fond of it). The way boy and I look at it: we know someday we might fall out of love (haven’t yet)…but we like each other so much that we would rather move heaven and earth to get it back than try to find it with someone else–which might even be easier.
One of the sweetest things boy said to me:
“I can’t wait to fall out of love with you. It was so much fun falling in love with you the first time, I want to do it again”
Is it any wonder?
Awww…. what a sweetie!
No, I haven’t read that book yet, but I’ve heard a lot about it and done a lot of related online reading. I think it’s great that marriage has moved beyond exchanging the woman as property from one family to another, but I’m looking forward to further evolution!