A gift from God—that's what I wanted my marriage to be

I always wanted my marriage proposal to happen by the side of the road, in the middle of a snowstorm, with a flat tire. No candlelight or violins. No romantic glow. Just clear-eyed and realistic. I wanted to be sure that it was a practical, long-term, right choice.

Over quite a few years, I went out with a variety of very nice, lovable guys. But, eventually, one of us would admit that this wasn't the real thing, and we'd go separate ways. I refused to entertain the possibility that I might never get married. But the problem was, Where was he?

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