Surviving Marriage Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Surviving Marriage Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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She had a vision of the two of them trapped on a tiny raft surrounded by miles of open water. It would be a kind of test, like surviving on a desert island
but that's what a marriage was, wasn't it? They would have to help each other or die.
Stewart O'Nan Surviving Marriage Sayings By Stewart O'Nan: She had a vision of the two of them trapped on a tiny raft surrounded
You could say that they had already gotten their share of the copper mining fortune of W.A. Clark. The millions had been divided equally among his five surviving children: Huguette and her four half-siblings from his first marriage. Each of W.A.'s five children who lived to adulthood had received one-fifth of his estate after his death in 1925 equal shares for May, Katherine, Charlie, Will, and Huguette. Huguette got her allowance for a couple of years, and eventually got something extra, inheriting Bellosguardo and the jewels and cash that her mother received from her prenup. But W.A.'s plan, it seemed, was to treat each of his children equally.Bill Dedman Surviving Marriage Sayings By Bill Dedman: You could say that they had already gotten their share of the copper mining fortune
I must say, Graystone, you are surviving married life very nicely." Peter helped himself to claret from the decanter that had been set out in the library.
"Thank you, Sheldrake. I flatter myself that not every man could survive being married to Augusta.
Amanda Quick Surviving Marriage Sayings By Amanda Quick: I must say, Graystone, you are surviving married life very nicely." Peter helped himself to
It was a very touch- and- go business, in 1955, to get a wholly plausible reading from Mrs. Glass's face, and especially from her enormous blue eyes. Where once, a few years earlier, her eyes alone could break the news (either to people or to bathmats) that two of her sons were dead, one by suicide (her favorite, her most intricately calibrated, her kindest son) and one killed in World Ward II (her only truly lighthearted son)- where once Bessie Glass's eyes alone could report these facts, with an eloquence and a seeming passion for detail that neither her husband nor any of her adult surviving children could bear to look at, let alone take in, now, in 1955, she was apt to use this same terrible Celtic equipment to break the news, usually at the front door, that the new delivery boy hadn't brought the leg of lamb in time for dinner or that some remote Hollywood starlet's marriage was on the rocks.J.D. Salinger Surviving Marriage Sayings By J.D. Salinger: It was a very touch- and- go business, in 1955, to get a wholly plausible
Are you kidding me? How can you even ask me that? I'm stuck in a world I have no hope of surviving, I'm forced to depend on a guy who thinks I can't be trusted, I'm being pushed into marrying a man who believes I can't talk, and I've lost everyone I've ever cared about! Why wouldn't I feel uneasy?Cheryl Koevoet Surviving Marriage Sayings By Cheryl Koevoet: Are you kidding me? How can you even ask me that? I'm stuck in a