Forever and Always, I Love Him

October 8th 2015 7 comments so far  

spencersMy husband of 30 years was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s about three years ago. We married when our children were grown, so we have had a lot of honeymoon years—just Lew and me. He is 87 now, and I guess I never expected him to get old, much less expected to face Alzheimer’s with him.

This very vital and dear man has given me so much happiness. We have shared so much together. He is a former race car driver who has raced Cobras, Morgans, Sunbeam Tigers, and others. His lack of fear in the …

Don’t Wait to be Complete

July 23rd 2014 No comments yet  

lightstock_147868_medium_user_6691486Most people, Christian or not, have been raised to believe that a spouse will make them complete. After all, God said it is not good for man to be alone—so He created woman. Then God declared that when a couple marries, they leave their parents, cleave to their spouse, and become one flesh.

It is natural to conclude that because Adam needed Eve and because the two became one flesh, then we are incomplete until we find a spouse.

But that is not so.

The word …

Love and Lifeguard Chairs

February 14th 2014 No comments yet  

Valentine’s Day is the New York Yankees of holidays because neutrality is impossible, you love it or you despise its very existence. Single folks like myself will spend the day ordering an entire meat-lovers pizza while popping in the most unromantic movie they can find, like The Wedding Planner (Ha! Burn J-Lo!). It really shouldn’t be that way, but if I wasn’t willingly driving to Houston on Valentine’s Day (gross, I know), that’s close to what I would probably do, minus The Wedding Planner.

In seemingly unrelated news, …

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