Adventure

Even in the space and Internet age, there’s no greater adventure than a good, old-fashioned marriage, blessed with good, old-fashioned children.

4 thoughts on “Adventure

    1. This is a quote I found somewhere. GK Chesterton, I think. I take it to mean that the great adventure of life is life itself – more so than trips around the world or going to the moon. The wonder in watching humans… human. How we develop relationships, how we develop ourselves, and in my case, to see it happen in a loving home. There’s awe in that.

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      1. Oh! I like that. (I took it too literal and was wondering if they didn’t use the internet or something like that and wanted to learn more about how you make that work today.)

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