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ranunculus ~ the flower I choose for the day of my marriage

"He was a caring father, a supportive husband. But that was not all she had promised herself. If expectations had been set lower, his failures might not have been so devastating. For what he did do, for the end that he had held up, she was grateful. For those things, she felt she had repaid him sufficiently by keeping a tidy household and by loving their children. She had to acknowledge that maybe in marriage, as in any other contractual obligation, in matters of owing and being owed, there was no allowance for love." ~ Red Riding Hood

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Taken on April 3, 2011