Enduring values than just satisfying lust. Today it appears that, in far too many instances, material possessions are all important, promises are just empty words to satisfy the moment that can be discarded whenever convenient, and out-dated as quickly a
IT is now well over 70 years since my darling and I stood together in that little church, dressed in our military uniforms, and promised “for better or worse, richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, ‘til death us do part”.
Now, with four children, eight grandchildren, and 10 greatgrandchildren, we are still in love.
The world was different then. We did not have a 4x2, a big fourwheel-drive, TV, fancy mobiles, or even a bank account (come to think of it, we don’t have all of that now).
But what the hell: the war was nearly at its end and we had survived.
I cannot help but wonder what has happened to the oldfashioned idea that when one made a promise, you kept it, and being married meant far more