again - i *love* your posts about sam. they are so beautiful. i wish i knew him better! you're amazing dej. and so is sam. i'm sure you're a powerful couple and will only become more so.love you!
What beautiful thoughts. Sam sounds like such an incredible husband. I'm so glad you have each other.
I just read an article in the BYU alumni magazine about teaching our kids tolerance that was right up this alley. I looked for the link and couldn't find it. Maybe it was only in print. I think there is always going to be some fear and apprehension in this area ---maybe people are extra defensive when they're a little unsure of things themselves? Anyway you are "laying the foundation of a great work". We love both of you and are behind you 100%
I love that you both have this unique way to sacrifice and love one another. It's really beautiful! Love to you both.
gorgeous. i'm sure i could do better at supporting my own husband spiritually and we're of the same faith. what a good reminder
Sounds like the beginnings of a meaningful article (book?) on the subject. Very moving.
I'm glad you have Sam. And that he has you.
I enjoyed reading this. It is wonderful how a relationship grows and deepens.Yeah Eboo! One of my all-time heroes.
It is amazing how marriage can make you a better person and teach you so much if you are selfless enough. This was a beautiful post.
hmmm...makes me kinda think about my marrying a cattle man when I grew up vegetarian :) I am learning to support him in his meatiness too. -Kira
I've been thinking about this post a lot. I really appreciate it, Deja. I know this sounds weird, but the level of vulnerability you describe terrifies me. And so I'm impressed. And inspired.Thank you.
YAY! I really like Segullah and this will be beautiful there. Congrats
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