Living an unequally yoked marriage is not easy, especially when one person is an atheist and the other decided six years into their marriage to convert to Catholicism. Whatever your faith denomination, or not, as the case may be, here are some quick Do’s and Dont’s that I’ve collected that may help you get through … Continue reading The Do’s and Dont’s of Living an Unequally Yoked Marriage
It’s not a secret that I am unequally yoked. I’ve been asked, how I make my marriage work. My husband, an atheist, joins us for weekly mass, we send our children to Catholic school, he volunteers there too. We also say grace before meals and when I cantor, he sits with the boys in the pew, making … Continue reading Unequally Yoked Marriage: 6 Ways to Make it Work
The quickest Seven Quick Takes in my history, maybe. The one where I shared the search terms used to find this blog was pretty short, but the hilarity! Here’s a run down of what’s been going on this week – in short, a whirlwind. –1– My husband has been in London all week. The time zone makes … Continue reading #7QT The Whirlwind Edition
I hide away sometimes within the safe confines of my own mind. That’s not fair, is it? I tell myself it’s easier to sweep my thoughts clear as opposed to sharing every single whim, plan, thought, or dream with my husband. Why do I do that? I share most things with him. And still, I … Continue reading Real is the New Perfect, But is it Fair?