This starts out so hilarious. I like the short essay format. Unfortunately, it gets too deep into the tired stories of how much you love your mini me and can't believe it. Just boring. Should've edited more strongly and got to the point of how funny the kids are and say those funny things.
Couldn't force myself to get there.
So they start out naming all the questions people have about how they can be in love and then categorically refuse the answer the most important one. The sex. It starts out really interesting about who they are, but never really answers how they love each other. They refuse to answer if they have the kind of intense, sweaty sex that we imagine is the only reason they could put up with each other's extreme differences. They don't tell us if that isn't it, what is. I forced myself to keep listening, hoping to get an inkling, and the voluminous detailed descriptions of their work was not easy to sit through with any interest. I only did it because I adore James and want to understand how he fell in love and loves Mary. But as soon as Mary uttered the words that Rush Limbaugh "saved the Republican party... is brilliant and hilarious..." I could go no further. I used to like to see them together and be entertained by their back and forth. This has only made her appear more shrill and caustic than ever. Good luck James, but I am not impressed.
James, yes. Mary, no.
How he planned a second wedding party for their 10th anniversary.
How they settled in New Orleans.
Too much about how much she loves her babies. (Really?, how odd for someone to love their mini-Me). Too much work-day politics: we see/hear that everyday, want to know the personal: what they have for dinner stories.
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