Advice for Marriage

Today is my parents’ 57th wedding anniversary.

I recently came across some sound advice for marriage. From Mary Frances.

I was sorting a pile of school papers when I found this gem. I think it’s from Mary Frances’ 2nd grade year. Her teacher was getting married and the class prepared some Mad Libs-style advice. It’s probably a fantastic treasure trove for that couple. Here is what Mary Frances had to say:

Obviously food is central to any good marriage. “Cooking meat” and “making dinner”, the building blocks of a healthy relationship.

And someone needs a good job with all those potential children.

But I’m not sure what the unicorns are all about.

The greatest gifts in my life come from my folks: their marriage, my siblings, and our faith. It’s a great day to celebrate all three.

Happy Anniversary, Mom and Dad!

4 thoughts on “Advice for Marriage

  1. Uncle Jon & I loved being able to share Jeannette’s birthday Thursday & their anniversary today. We had such a great time reviewing the memories of their special day, & I was so honored to be a bridesmaid. Tha king for posting the pictures, & the wise advice 😀😂☘❤Mary Frances figured it all out❤🙃❤☘ love Aunt Cynthia

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  2. I’m not sure which is sweeter: your folks’ wedding photos or Mary Frances’ words of wisdom! Which do, in fact offer some very sage advice! ❤️ 🤵‍♂️👰🏻‍♀️ ❤️ Congratulations Mike and Jeannette!

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