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Sweet words of advice.
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Theresa you are a wonderful nut!!!
Peace in surrender--ha! Does he know what he's getting into?
This advice is worth $1000000
Wise words from someone who has been there!
This is actually what my grandpa told me when I got marries lol
Always say "Yes dear" and all will be right in the world. ;-)
Yes I would rather be happy than right!!
I'm with Ramblingsfromamum here; oh the quarrels that would save!
I'm right behind you on this one
Sage marriage advice! Goes both ways though.
Hey Gina I haven't seen you around fr a bt good to hear from you ) - yes that one works best if both follow it.
Nice feel good piece, thanks for sharing.
Thanks Anne - the piece had nice symmetry i thought
This is great Sam! Especially your grandpa's words of advice. Love it.
Thanks Ruby :)
Peace in surrender? So what does that mean, instead of "I do" what he's really saying is "I give up" ? ;)
Oh my you are way off here. its after the wedding and it's advice n how to get along - it's actually the advice my grandpa gave me and its been gold :)
Thanks Paula :) (Unless your calling me a Ho)
Although I understand how perfect that advice is, I also find it almost unbearably sad.Terrific post, Sam!
I never saw it that war Kymm until now - thanks for turning al light on (although its more bearable off)
Yeah, exactly what Gina said. It's excellent marital advice so long as both people buy in. Otherwise, I sense a breaking point somewhere down the road. :-)
Well if you find yourself in a relationship where the other person never takes the high road then you fucked up somewhere - run away run away.
nice - hmmm advice and not advise???
Ya I guess Steven.
Good advice to a point. I enjoyed the writing here. Well done.
Thanks lum - this is a little tongue and cheek.
I live with 4 women. This is perfect advice.I like your blog's background. Snoopy is the patron saint of struggling artists isn;t he?
Funny I have 3 daughters and a wife :S myself. "PAtron Saint of Struggling Artist Im gunna use that Lance That's Awesome.
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