Welcome to my blog! So glad you found me.
This isn’t just a blog about married life, though that is what the title implies. Really, no one’s life is that one-dimensional, right? Right.
This is a blog about being a mother, a wife, a woman, a musician, a Jew, a friend, a writer.
It’s about a lot of stuff.
It’s about the big stuff (religion, ethics, personal development) and the little stuff (laundry, dishes, meal planning).
Life is kind of full of the big stuff and the little stuff all mixed up together. Life in the laundry. Depth in the dishes. Meaning in the mundanity.
Some fun facts about me:
We’ve moved four times since we got married in December 2007, and currently reside in Baltimore.
I have three kids under the age of four.
I began playing the piano at seven and the clarinet at ten.
I’m a little obsessed with walking.
There was a cornfield immediately next to my high school.
Some of my nicknames were “Spock,” “type triple-A,” and “Eurotrash.” (Hmmm…why do none of those sound flattering?)
I used to frequent open mic nights with my clarinet.
I sold one of my clarinets to help finance a year abroad in Israel.
I used to have three clarinets, which is part of the reason I could sell one.
Oh, also, I’m a religious Jew.
I also started the Perspectives of Marriage Series to include other people’s experiences with marriage, since every relationship is so different. If you would like to guest post in the series, please contact me.