(post #2) see list of all posts here Perimeters. Thinking of perimeters around writing causes me to think of boundaries. And the very word boundaries always makes me think of marriage. I came into marriage with a poor sense of boundaries. I wasn’t quite sure where I ended and where another person began, and as […]
Remember when we were just you-knows, just barely falling in love–more than dating, but not yet engaged– and we would email back and forth from California to Salem? I would sit at my parents’ computer desk all that excruciating summer, blushing deeply if they came into the room. I hung on every word you wrote. […]
“The Talmud says, with maybe a touch of hyperbole, that since the work of Creation was finished, God has been engaged in matchmaking, and that the task of bringing together a couple is tougher than parting the Red Sea (Sotah 2a).” source And I would say, what is tough about bringing together a couple […]
You run with me wherever my heart roams, and you always keep up. You never grow weary or lose heart.