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1,826 Days: What Do I Know Now

I read somewhere, the only difference between a first marriage and a second is this: the second time, you know [...]
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The Great Wrigley Test

“So, Tricia, do you love baseball?” People ask me this question often, and I have a standard true answer: “I [...]
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And I’m Okay with Annoyed.

With a tone of disgust and indignation, one of my children said: “Mom, Peter always wants the best for you. [...]
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Fathers Day 3

He Didn’t Have to Be

When a single mom goes out on a date with somebody new It always winds up feeling more like a [...]
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More than Filtered Cheekbones

I changed my cover photo on Facebook. It had been a picture of Peter and me enjoying ice cream cones [...]
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A List of Happy

Car Talk. “Let’s make a list of happiness,” I say. We were somewhere south on I-25, far enough south that [...]
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Who We Are

 The Lord has done amazing things for us. What joy. Psalm 126:3
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If You Find a Girl Who Reads

Date a girl who reads. Date a girl who spends her money on books instead of clothes. She has problems [...]
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Someone Else’s Wife

Hi, Robb, I’m a wife.  Again. I’ve written to you lots over the last five-and-a-half years, over our two thousand [...]
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Once Upon a Second Time, I Got Married.

And then there were four.
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Get Drunk on the Lovely of it All

It is Wedding Week. I am in the last seven days of one of the most sacred seasons of my [...]
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Legendary Tales from a Baseball Bride

In the revolutionary way Peter has of getting me on board with things I’ve never cared about, I am learning [...]
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When A Codependent Gets Engaged

And so, with a sparkling ring on my left hand, I am faced with a second chance. A second chance [...]
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A Diamond Ring

Once upon a time, there was a curly girl and a handsome man, a cup of coffee and a diamond [...]
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The Story of Peter and Tricia, by Tucker

Today I am teaching Tuck the grandiose beauty of the Working Lunch. We each have writing deadlines we’re working on. [...]
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How Does Love Happen?

How does love happen?  How does anything like this ever happen?  How do friendships start?  How do two people find one [...]
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Sneakers From Above.

Single Parenting, Dating, and Boundaries

I’ve never introduced the boys to anyone I’ve dated throughout the last five years because I was so deeply committed [...]
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I Wanted to be Diane Keaton

You guys, look at what I found.  I wrote this a couple of years ago, but it kind of blew my mind [...]
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I’m a Millennial Dating a Boomer

Peter is 18 years older than me, and I love this about him. Most of the time, an age difference [...]
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Driving Home on Christmas Day

We were driving home from my parents’ house at the end of Christmas Day. It was late at night, and [...]
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