Category Archives: Remarriage

Lighting the Way

Point Loma, a penninsula jutting into the Pacific Ocean, contains a variety of natural and manmade fascinations. Whales migrate past this point to the warm waters of Baja. You can see a whalebone skeleton when you visit (Cabrillo National Park). … Continue reading

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Old Glass and Grace

Last summer I remarried my first husband. He proposed with a bouquet of red roses after a picnic lunch on the beach. Now we’re reforging our lives, rekindling romance, relearning who we are after the years apart.  I love people’s … Continue reading

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Getting Unstuck

My family met for pre-wedding photos at the park. We posed for various shots that included lawn and trees and a riot of bougainvillea. All was going well when we heard a small voice yell, “Help! Help! Help!” Nico had … Continue reading

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Hanging on the Fence

We wanted to display photos of our family at our garden wedding. So we hung them on the fence. Photos of my childhood and Curt’s, of our children through the years, and of our three grandchildren graced the ropes and … Continue reading

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Tale of Two Coffee Pots

They lived apart, on separate counters, miles from each other, our two coffee pots. We married, and they moved in together, too. Same counter. Side by side on the lovely granite, right next to the fridge. One serves strong Columbian … Continue reading

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