The Globe & Mail writes:
“To feel awed by a man I thought I knew completely: It’s a shock when that happens after so many years. And a boon,” she writes in Wedding Toasts I’ll Never Give, her very funny, new book of essays on modern marriage.
Chipmunk catching was one change of many in the couple’s relationship. The two met in 2000 and their marriage had moved through its honeymoon phase and early child-rearing years. By 2015, they had bought a home in the country and were entering deep domestication, delighting in gardening and cooing over cardinals swooping down on their bird feeder.
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