A marriage is made not in ritual or in words but in the living of it.
A marriage is hard work and sometimes it’s a bit of a bore. It’s like housework. It’s never finished. You’ve just got to grit your teeth and keep working away at it, day after day.
A man ought not to marry without having studied anatomy, and dissected at least one woman.
A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it.