2 Years Ago Today: Happy Anniversary Roslyn

Thank you for your love, Ros. When you think about it, it has been a rather wild 2 years…

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Thanx for marrying me!

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8 Responses

  1. “Grats to all of you!

    You’ve got a working TR-4? I’m insanely jealous.

  2. Kol tuv uv’racha…may you both be blessed with all that is good in the haShem of haKodesh Barukhu Hu, the Holy ONEness, blessed be She…STEPHAN PICKERING / Chofetz Chayim benAvraham

  3. Lovely photos, thanks for sharing! It’s really nice to be ‘let in’ to see the civvy side, Bob. Although I was surprised at the lack of archaeology-inspired t-shirts or tattoos!

    And, can I just say, on behalf of all the blokes out here, Ros – “Corrrrr!!” :) You’re one lucky son-of-a-gun, Bob.

    I hope you and your family continue to live in interesting times!

  4. Congratulations. You make a beautiful family.

  5. Looks like a biblical marriage.

  6. well, related to one form of it anyways…
    my wife has way too much equality and freedom for it to qualify as a true ‘biblical’ marriage…

  7. i bet she hasn’t near the equality and freedom you think she has. marriage is a bond, and a much tighter one for women. glad to hear you do actually understand what people mean when they talk about biblical marriage in the context of a gay marriage discussion. i think your earlier obtuse attitude was just a bit disingenuine, and just a bit mean spirited.

  8. i’m sorry beth, i don’t think i understand your comments.
    my wife experiences much more freedom in our marriage than the “i do not permit women to have authority” that you find in 1 tim 2:12.
    she has equal authority in our family, and we make decisions together.
    i would argue that that is not biblical, but we like it.

    bc

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