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What I Learned About Marriage From My Parents

Reposting. This is so amazing!

When my Dad died 6 years ago, my parents had been married 64 years. This week marks their 70th wedding anniversary. 41 more words

What I Learned About Marriage From My Parents

When my Dad died 6 years ago, my parents had been married 64 years. This week marks their 70th wedding anniversary. And we will celebrate – because they are certainly still married. 902 more words

Humor

Till Death Did they Part

The notion of staying with a partner for life is one that is far from common today but for most of our ancestors it was the norm. 191 more words

Real Life

Top Ranch Pen Posts 2015 #3

I graduated with honors from the school of hard knocks so felt well qualified to write this third most viewed post of 2015, Countrified Marriage Advice From the Ranch Pen… 1,014 more words

Danni McGriffith

Twenty-four Years

My husband, Matthew, and I married exactly two weeks after we met.

I was twenty-seven. A graduate student at the end of my degree plan. The year prior, I had purchased my first Rottweiler, Toby, after jumping on the back of my drug-dealing neighbor to prevent him from killing his wife on our shared porch. 849 more words

GRAMMY GOT FLANGIPROPPED!

(flangi -one’s spirit or fortitude  Propped – support, egged on  Flangipropped = to life one’s spirit, spur on, motivate)

Grammy Rymiller was mad.  Papa Rymiller had told her he was watering her flowers every day she was gone taking care of emergency family matters.  572 more words

Aging

Countrified Marriage Advice From The Ranch Pen

I read somewhere or other recently that if the man/woman you are thinking of as a husband/wife isn’t someone you feel is better than you, someone who makes you want to be better than you are, don’t marry that guy/gal. 969 more words

Danni McGriffith