Category Archives: Clay and Monica

Our journey toward embryo adoption: What we’re doing

This post is already 18 months in the making, and part of me can’t believe that I’m actually typing this. But I am, here we are, and here’s what we’re doing. Clay and I have known we wanted to adopt … Continue reading

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Caution: front row seats may get splashed

Have you ever been to a show at a theme park that had a warning for the first few rows of seats? “Caution: If you sit here, you may get wet.” Now you have a decision to make. You really … Continue reading

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I’d follow you anywhere 

16 years ago today, two became one. I agreed to love you and only you for the rest of my life. You committed to lead me, and I promised to follow. We didn’t really know what that meant. Through the … Continue reading

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15 Years Married

15 years.  Has it really been 15 years?   Where did we imagine that we’d be in 15 years, back in 2000?   Overseas, probably.  In some tribal village, with a couple kids or three.   Or maybe working with … Continue reading

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My marriage was meant to be (A response to Matt Walsh’s article)

I love to read Matt Walsh’s posts. If you lean conservative and think logically, you would probably love them too. I rarely ever disagree with him. But last week I did. His post, “My marriage wasn’t meant to be,” has … Continue reading

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