As Long as We Both Shall Love

Jurate Kazickas, “'As Long as We Both Shall Love,'” Washington Post, Feb. 17,
1971, p. 141. Roberta Price, Huerfano: A Memoir of My Life in the Counterculture
(Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2004), 21, 21–27. Kazickas, “'As ...

As Long as We Both Shall Love

In As Long as We Both Shall Love, Karen M. Dunak provides a nuanced history of the American wedding and its celebrants. Blending an analysis of film, fiction, advertising, and prescriptive literature with personal views from letters, diaries, essays, and oral histories, Dunak demonstrates the ways in which the modern wedding epitomizes a diverse and consumerist culture and aims to reveal an ongoing debate about the power of peer culture, media, and the marketplace in America. Instructor's Guide

As Long as We Both Shall Live

“Unputdownable....This novel is anything but predictable.

As Long as We Both Shall Live

“Unputdownable....This novel is anything but predictable. The female characters are forces of nature, and the plot twists are deliciously demented, a la Gone Girl and Big Little Lies.” —People You can’t be married to someone without sometimes wanting to kill them... As Long As We Both Shall Live is JoAnn Chaney’s wicked, masterful examination of a marriage gone very wrong, a marriage with lots of secrets... “My wife! I think she’s dead!” Matt frantically tells park rangers that he and his wife, Marie, were hiking when she fell off a cliff into the raging river below. They start a search, but they aren’t hopeful: no one could have survived that fall. It was a tragic accident. But Matt’s first wife also died in suspicious circumstances. And when the police pull a body out of the river, they have a lot more questions for Matt. Detectives Loren and Spengler want to know if Matt is a grieving, twice-unlucky husband or a cold-blooded murderer. They dig into the couple’s lives to see what they can unearth. And they find that love’s got teeth, it’s got claws, and once it hitches you to a person, it’s tough to rip yourself free. So what happens when you’re done making it work?

As Long As We Both Shall Eat

CHAPTER 14: THE BUSINESS OF LOVE 1. Margaret Visser, The Gift of ... Karen
M. Dunak, As Long as We Both Shall Love: The White Wedding in Postwar
America (New York: New York University Press, 2013), 171. 11. Cele C. Otnes
and ...

As Long As We Both Shall Eat

As Long as we Both Shall Eat is a culinary history of wedding feasts. Examining the various food customs associated with weddings in America and around the world, Claire Stewart not only provides a rich account of the foods most loved and frequently served at wedding celebrations, she also offers a glimpse into the customs and celebrations themselves, as they are experienced in the West and in various other cultures. She sheds light on the historical and contemporary significance of wedding food, and explores patterns of the varieties of conspicuous consumption linked to American wedding feasts in particular. There are stories of celebrity excess, and the book is peppered with accounts of lavish strange-but-true wedding tales. The antics of wealthy socialites and celebrities is a topic rich for exploration, and the telling of their exploits can be used to track the fads and changes in conventional and contemporary wedding feasts and celebrations. From cocktail hours to wedding cakes, showers to brunches, the food we enjoy to celebrate the joining of life partners helps bring us together, no matter our differences. Readers are treated to a tasty trip down the aisle in this entertaining and lively account of nuptial noshing.

As Long As We Both Shall Live

Anthony J. Salvato and Elaine O'Halloran Salvato were married on September 7, 1952 at the beginning stages of their life at 23 and 20 years old...but that day would prove to be just the beginning of a life well lived.

As Long As We Both Shall Live

Anthony J. Salvato and Elaine O'Halloran Salvato were married on September 7, 1952 at the beginning stages of their life at 23 and 20 years old...but that day would prove to be just the beginning of a life well lived.

For As Long As We Both Shall Live

When TJ seeks comfort in the hospital chapel, Helen is there with a supportive ear.

For As Long As We Both Shall Live

When TJ seeks comfort in the hospital chapel, Helen is there with a supportive ear. TJ's longtime lover Joe is very ill and facing a risky operation. So Helen makes a very special offer of help, hoping the power of love will be enough for a happy ending.

View from the Cockpit

I told her I would be delighted to listen. As she read the vows, my delight turned to
sadness. In her words, she substituted the phrase, "As long as we both shall love"
for "As long as we both shall live." When she came to this line, I interrupted ...

View from the Cockpit

View From the Cockpit: Looking Up is written for those interested in flying, those who appreciate unique stories, and those excited about seeing how God works wonders in mighty ways.

As Long As We Both Shall Live

With the company of a few good friends, Louis showed Christina a life she had only dreamed about. In turn, Christina gave Louis everything he has ever felt was missing from his life.

As Long As We Both Shall Live

As a twenty-six-year-old Irishman with an unusual passion for life, Louis was the product of a late twentieth-century broken home. Christina, a teenager from Belfast, entered his life, and the two fell deeply in love. With the company of a few good friends, Louis showed Christina a life she had only dreamed about. In turn, Christina gave Louis everything he has ever felt was missing from his life. Together, they explore life as only two people in love truly can. Despite increasingly violent attempts by Christinas British family to keep them apart, their love for each other remains true. Yet, just as everything seems to be going their way, pressures make it seem more likely that events will not go as the lovers plan.

Moral Compass

(I am told there is a modern wedding vow that states not "as long as we both shall
live," but rather "as long as we both shall love/') Of course, some marriages
simply will not work. But the enormous number of separations and divorces today
 ...

Moral Compass

Presents a selection of spiritually and morally uplifting literature, organized according to the stages on life's way

As Long as We Both Shall Live

When I (Gary) won two academy-type awards in both the world and the Church,
no one ever asked to see those awards in my office. I don't ... Nothing matters
more than His love given to us so that we can love Him more and love each other
.

As Long as We Both Shall Live

Everyone has expectations, but not everyone acknowledges them. In marriage, unrecognized expectations can be especially dangerous - when couples expect each other to be and act a certain way without communicating their assumptions, disappointment is never too far away. Now, relationship expert Gary Smalley and his pastor and friend Ted Cunningham show couples how to defuse the ticking bomb of unrealistic expectations and arm their marriage with healthy communication and honest intimacy. As Long as We Both Shall Live will help couples acknowledge their unexpressed assumptions, understand one another's genuine needs and talk openly about their hopes and desires. Women and men will find the tools they need to build lasting and loving marriages.

Ok So Now I Know

Late in the afternoon, as we sailed into the anchorage at Petit St. Vincent, all
hands managed to be on deck. We were all ... We had written our own vows that
said, 'as long as we both shall love, not, as long as we both shall live.' I wanted a
 ...

Ok  So Now I Know

Boom, cracked the thunder, almost immediately after the lightning had turned the sky from ink black to so bright you had to squint. The gale was forcing us back towards the treacherous African coastline, on this my first trans Atlantic sail. Truthfully, my first sail ever! Cast ashore in the West Indies, one adventure followed another in this true-life quest to spread my wings. Humor and local color are generously added to the mix. Parents, don't let your daughters leave home until you've read this book.

Let Me Be a Woman

In one of these improvisations the phrase has been changed from “as long as ye
both shall live” to “as long as we both shall love.” This cuts the heart out of the
deepest meaning of the wedding. It is a vow you are making before God and
before ...

Let Me Be a Woman

“In order to learn what it means to be a woman, we must start with the One who made her.” Working from Scripture, well-known speaker and author Elisabeth Elliot shares her observations and experiences in a number of essays on what it means to be a Christian woman, whether single, married, or widowed. Available in trade softcover and as a Living Book.

Love Lines

As long as I live, I will want to be tiedin a knot with a love undenied for as long as
we both shall love, enjoying the short and the tall of it, 'till even the end of the haul
of it,As long as we live out all ofit, It should be one hell-of-a-ride! 1952-2008 A ...

Love Lines

Until something goes wrong, we take our hearts for granted. Heart-Smart-Gurus, inspired by long research, point to that bright red Valentine in our chests, pumping tirelessly and endlessly on our behalf. But one day textbook cardiagram wiggles, veer off the chart and we are pronounced, however gently, cardiologically in-correct. We feel betrayed. We more or less, thought we were doing everything right so, whats gotten into our ticker, that loyal, lifeline friend? Time for one thing, heart sore for another, Hearts are only human after all. Whats a longevity-seeker to do, especially if blessed with enough heart-health insurance to make high-tech opportunities, breakdownaffordable? The concept of preventing heart ache, arresting it, or reversing it, is Valentines number one topic. For me its a question of flat out prevention, to heal the heart emotionally, via a softening process designed to protect the precious pump. Accumulation of blockage is what causes arterial malfunction. Deprived of emotional oxygen, our own hearts cannot dilate freely. Regular exercise may prevent an attack, and insure loves longevity. Superman has nobody, doesnt need a seat belt, nor even a plane. Are you flying solo? Be a friend. Find a lover. No man is an island. A centuries-old someone pointed out: Friendship doubles our joy and divides our grief. When needed, good friends give major doses of encouragement on short notice, as do family supporters when trouble finds us. A circle of wagons is a supreme conductor for immediate shelter against stray enemy arrows. The John Wayne, strong, silent type, I dont need anybody and men dont show love mentality, isnt macho, man, but flat out stupid! In this writers paraphrase, Samuel Johnson admonished, If a man does not renew his friendships, and make new acquaintances, he finds himself playing alone as he grows, too-soon old and too-late smart. One must keep friendships in constant repair. Has your friendship grown distant, worn thin, been allowed to slip away? Do a bit of friendship repair with a welcome oil-change, and a few new points and plugs. Invite a friend or lover to do lunch: Whatever it takes, fix it: Whatever it needs, mend it: Whenever it bleeds, move on to a more worthy and willing recipient of your hearts affections. An old Scottish proverb states, He who ceases to be your friend never was a good one. In other words, with friends like you, who needs enemies? While youre at it, start at home with your significant other. Maintain this key friendship when it warrants home-improvement. Remember, your mate reads you like a book, which ought not be a mystery novel. Perhaps you need to uncover the tinfoil to let her read the introduction and to truly reveal your heart, by allowing her not just to scan but to study all its pages. A woman, who is allowed this look-see inside her mates heart, is the one who becomes and remains your life-long best friend, partner and home companion. A Promise Keeper, fueled by faith, fired with compassion and true to God, achieves unconditional passions for love of life, love of wife, of relatives and friends, co-workers, and parishioners, and has love to spare even for enemies. So turn the other cheek. The other kiss may be love-saving. To have a friend is to be one; its the beginning of relationships that lead to loves: paternal, filial, (described as fraternal), as in Philadelphia, (city of brotherly love), and Eros, even if the arrows point in alternate-lifestyle directions, and sex without love or marriage. Agape love, of course, is the ultimate love of our Creator for his Creation, leading to Eternal Love, if you will, that Father-God promises His children. To love one another as He loves us, is not a request, but a command, from the Nurturer who furnishes the glue to make it stick. Can you buy love? Sure, if youre shopping for a convenient kind, tried and untrue. You can only earn respect by modeling love. It is o

As Long as We Both Shall Live

angry. We have all this money, and it counts for nothing when it comes to
stopping what's happening. When we wanted a baby, we turned to medicine and
it helped us. ... She would not also lose her spirit, her capacity to feel joy and
show love.

As Long as We Both Shall Live

A change is coming, April Lancaster’s fortune cookie reads. Be prepared. But how could she be prepared for the news that she has an inoperable brain tumor? April’s life will never be the same. Then she meets handsome Mark Gianni. Mark has cystic fibrosis, but he also has a passion for life . . . and for April. When he asks April to marry him, she’s happier than she’s ever been. April thought she and Mark would be together forever. But since Mark’s death, April has never felt more alone. Then Brandon Benedict comes into her life. Brandon is lonely and angry—he and April have a lot in common. But April cannot tell Brandon about her illness. When April’s medical problems suddenly return, she must decide what to tell Brandon. Can the love she’s felt before help her now? From the Paperback edition.

God Blew and They Were Scattered Book Ii

something with you before we leave tomorrow; but, first I must warn you that what
I am about to say will be difficult for you to ... “Although Susanna might always be
dependent upon us, we shall love her and care for her for as long as we both ...

God Blew  and They Were Scattered Book Ii

Continuing with the saga of the family Taelmann (anglicized to Talman, Tallman, Tollman, Talma, etc.), GOD BLEW AND THEY WERE SCATTERED, BOOK II, Peters People (The Colonial Years), the author, Genevieve Tallman Arbogast, has, from extant records, laced together events that would have defined the lives of descending generations. This narrative begins in Denmark, in Schleswig-Holstein. As the map changes years later, with the end of the Thirty Years War (1614-1648), Denmark will be sharing a political life in common with Germany and Sweden, as will the formerly independent city-state of Hambrough. However, when the allied families of Talman and de Lichte arrived in Schleswig-Holstein, it was under the jurisdictional rule of a German prince, Duke John Adolphus, who would within five years of their arrival ascend to the throne of Scandinavia as Christian IV of Denmark. For the purposes of this undertaking, however, it will suffice to say that Holsteins records, then and now, can claim a German heritage. The allied families of Taelmann and de Lichte arrived in Schleswig-Holstein about 1583, following their narrow escape from the Spanish Netherlands. Prior to their migration, they had been threatened by the rejuvenated Spanish Inquisition, revived during the Counter-Reformation movement of the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century. As disclosed in Book I, the Jesuits of that movement were responsible for the burnings of so many so-called `Protestant heretics that their crimes against humanity have been compared to that of Hitlers modern day holocaust. As time elapses, the children of the next generation are caught up in the wars of Scandinavia, which evolves to eventually draw them into the conflicts of the `Thirty Years War. As might be expected, several members of the Taelmann family are lost on the battlefield. As a result, the elder Peter Taelmann tries to convince his fourth generation sons to leave Schleswig for opportunities in the New World. That begins an adventure for young Peter Taelmann (Talman), which, in 1647, takes him to the Island of Barbados, where he accepts a position on Island Plantation, under the employ of Philip Hill. During his tenure of almost three years, in the capacity of physician and apothecary, he strives to rehabilitate abused and injured African captives, who are being brought to the island by Captain le Blanc, the slaver. The care-for-work agreement, between the planter and the captain of the Africaneer, makes it possible for failing Island Plantation to continue growing tobacco. The struggle to return the traumatized victims to health, while running a plantation, brings many poignant moments, introducing such delightful characters as Matilda, Prissy, and Mingoe. Rudie Braithewaite and his wife Evie, who operate a tavern on the wharf at Surinam, bring color to the narrative as they introduce the young physician to the island and its history, before they become victims of the burgeoning slavery business. As matters become intense on the island, safety for the inhabitants of Island Plantation becomes a concern. Mistress Hill urges her husband to return with her and their daughter to their former home in Newport, Rhode Island. However, obsessed with the idea of again making the plantation profitable, Hill, instead, begins to search for backing to convert his cash crop from tobacco to sugar cane. Those plans include the development of a shipping service, necessary to transport sugar and its by-products to the North American mainland for exportation to Europe. In the interim, the young physician becomes attracted to the planters beautiful daughter; and, as the attraction is reciprocal, Miss Ann manipulates Peter into riding with her to exercise her fathers thoroughbred horses. As he is taught the skills of an equestrian, many evenings are spent riding along a sandy stretch of beach, which separates Island Plantation from the Atlantic Oc

What I Wish I d Known Before I Got Married

And no-fault divorces mean you do not even have to come up with a valid
justification. “So long as we both shall love” seems to have replaced “So long as
we both shall live” as the solemn "vow” couples take today. Separation and
Divorce Let ...

What I Wish I d Known Before I Got Married

Building a marriage is a lifelong endeavor for both men and women. Most marriage books cover the three C's--communication, compromise, and consideration -- but fail to address many issues critical to a healthy relationship. Family advocate Kay James calls these the "things I wish I had known before I got married": advice on finances, sex, children, and dealing with the extended family. Noting that the apostle Paul exhorted older women not to inspire or counsel younger women, but to teach them how to be wives to their husbands, Kay offers a lifetime's wealth of wisdom for creating an unbreakable marriage relationship.

As Long As We Both Shall Live Study Guide

RELATIONSHIPS. Chapters 4–5 in As Long as We Both Shall Live Do you
realize how uniquely and wonderfully you've been made? ... Make a list of three
things that you absolutely love and appreciate about your spouse. Then make a
list of ...

As Long As We Both Shall Live Study Guide

Designed as a companion to the As Long as We Both Shall Live Study Guide, this DVD is a collection of six sessions of teaching from Gary Smalley and Ted Cunningham. Gary and Ted share personal stories and keen insights into the concepts explored in each session, adding a fresh dimension to the Bible study and discussion format of the study guide. Couples and small groups won't want to miss the biblical teaching offered by these two trusted authorities on successful relationships--and they will be glad they didn't miss it when they experience firsthand the contentment and beauty of a life-giving marriage!

Elsie s New Relations

... flushed and happy , that so loving an apology had been given her in place of
the reproof she expected ; “ and you won ' t hate me because I was cross when
you were ? " “ Hate you , love ! No , never ! I shall love you as long as we both live
.

Elsie s New Relations


Love Letters

Today I pledge my love to you I promise to love and cherish you I promise to
always be true I dedicate myself As well as all that I have to give I dedicate my
undying love For as long as we both shall live I vow to open up my heart To
receive the ...

Love Letters

Love letters is a collection of poems and letters that dipicts an individual's raw relationship with the opposite sex, the struggles of dealing with self and a close and necessary relationship with God. This book is filled with inspiration, love, lust, fantasy, hatred and betrayal. Love Letters expresses a combination of the emotional highs and lows experienced in different situations that are dealth with in everyday life. Some readers may be able to relate or even find themselves or a loved one between the pages of this book.

Forever Love

I offer you my solemn vow to be your faithfill partner in sickness and in health, in
good times and in bad, and injoy as well as in sorrow. I give you my hand, my
heart, and my love, from this day forward for as long as we both shall live.” Davi
then ...

Forever Love

Does love at first sight really happen? Is there a difference between love at first sight and obsession? Davina Stuart, farmer and bestselling author of Second Harvest, shares a flight to Los Angeles with Hollywood's latest heartthrob, Quinn Thomas. Three hours of in-flight speed dating and Quinn's in love. Davina is not so sure. She's older and wiser. She'll settle for a one-night stand but he wants more. Davina's cows and her children are her life. She's not so sure about Hollywood and its glamour. Blue jeans, cowboy boots and her pickup truck are more her style. Quinn is tired of the plastic starlets, his empty bed and his lonely heart. Hed give up everything, including his career, for the love of a woman, his woman. Forever Love follows their whirlwind romance as the widow of two years, who thought her time for romance was over, finds love with a man who has to have her in his life, to love her forever.

Common Prayer

to love, and to cherish, as long as we both shall live. This is my solemn vow and
promise. The woman, taking the man 's right hand in hers, says, With God and
this congregation as my witnesses, I, N, take you, N, to be my husband, to have
and ...

Common Prayer

The apostles urge the gathering of believers to engage with Christ and each other through teaching, prayer and song, as they meet together in his name. At the centre of it all is the word of Christ, the gospel. Common Prayer is presented to the churches as a resource for such gospel-shaped gatherings in the evangelical Anglican tradition. This book is produced by the Archbishop of Sydney's Liturgical Panel, as a development and expansion of Sunday Services (2001).