More stuff from around the internet.
You Will Never Fully Know Your Spouse [Tyler Ward interviews Jonathan Jackson]
We do not arrive—we continue. In the same way, becoming one in marriage is an ongoing journey marked by one of the strongest ingredients of an eternal romance - mystery.
The Real Love Stories, and Why There Really Are No Blurred Lines [A Holy Experience]
Which reminds me, Sinéad O’Connor wrote a fantastic open letter to Miley Cyrus [The Guardian]
An LA couple decides to wait 30 dates before sleeping together. Novel concept, I’m sure. [LA Times]
Haley wants to know if people even want to date these days. [Haley's Halo]
Also, women are doing strange things for engagement rings. [Salon]
…Including paying for them. [NY Mag]
I thought the point was that it was a gift, voluntarily given and partly symbolizing his ability to provide for the family? Oh, whatever.
On that note: What Do You Call the Person You Are Probably Never Going to Marry? Your Fiancé. [Slate]