My post, “Christmas Eve And Divorce,” dealt with marriage and divorce. There was a lot more that I could have written, but my purpose was to discuss the importance of marriage. Since the post was published I have had some very good comments on the subject. One of the comments, from a woman, with my reply, is a discussion that needs to be made known to my blog friends. Please check out the comment that is shown at the bottom of all of the other comments. You will notice that the woman’s comment is not shown; only my reply to the lady’s comment remains, which was done by me for the purpose of privacy. Please know that all comments to my posts go through moderation. I must approve all comments before they are shown for the blog world to read. If anyone would like to say something privately to me about this post, or others, please make that statement in your comment. I will not post any comment that is considered to be of a confidential or sensitive nature. If an email reply is desired, please show that email address and I will not show it. I am very thankful and grateful for all bloggers, and non-bloggers who follow, read, and comment on my posts. You are very special people who have a desire to make a difference in the lives of others. I thank you for that driving force that lives within you.
Marlee and Jacob were married on Christmas Eve, “twenty years ago.” On this Christmas Eve, the couple are headed to an attorney’s office…to sign divorce papers. Think about Marlee, Jacob, and your marriage situation. Do you remember the words that you and your mate said to each other as you stood before God, the minister, family and friends, and the rest of the people who were watching and listening as you professed your love for one another other? If you have forgotten those special words, I have written a traditional wedding vow for you to consider. Please read it now.
“To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish…’til death do us part.”
If you are also considering a Christmas Eve “divorce papers appointment,” please! Let me ask you to listen to…
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