On Saturday we went to an old-school kiddie birthday party in
As we stood there watching this spectacle, David observed: “This, right here, is a metaphor for marriage.”
“Yeah,” I said, “They’ve tied themselves together and as a result, one or the other is constantly falling down, while the other one forcibly drags them against their will forward.”
“Sometimes the falling down is fun and sometimes it painful,” said Leigh’s mother, “And there's no prize at the end except having made it through without serious injury."
Yep. Sounds about right.