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The Girl I’m Going to Marry

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The Girl I’m Going to Marry

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She danced and pirouetted across the floor. We were in college. She had just joined a performing Israeli dance group I was in. I was captivated. I said to myself, “This is the girl I’m going to marry.”

I asked her out. We hit it off, and shortly were dating exclusively. After a four-year courtship, during a New Year’s Eve dinner in a swanky restaurant, I said to her, “So when do you want to get married?” She said, “But you haven’t asked me yet!”

I asked. She didn’t even pause in her response.

This June we will celebrate our 48th wedding anniversary.

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2 Responses to “The Girl I’m Going to Marry”

  1. Jane Fellman on February 14th, 2019 4:58 pm

    What a beautiful and poetic “invitation” a person could receive! B.Shalom Jane Fellman

  2. Debi Chesler on February 15th, 2019 6:16 am

    Our wonderful friends, that give true meaning to the word “beshert”. Exemplary in every way! ❤️

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