Ann Milligan started dating her husband when they were only fourteen years old. After spending a full decade effectively preventing him from escaping, he eventually surrendered, proposed, and they tied the knot in 2007. Ann now spends her free time caring for their two-year-old son and anticipating the arrival of their second child any day now. She believes the key to a successful relationship is communication, negotiation, humor ...and allowing her husband to proof-read and approve her writing before airing her family's dirty laundry online for the world to read.
A good gauge in which to measure the strength of a relationship is not only one’s tolerance for their spouse’s cooking.
Ann’s Cheesy Leftover Ham and Potato Soup This recipe is perfect for leftover ham and makes a delicious, hearty meal in itself. Great for cold and/or rainy days, cuddling with your wife by the fire (and it doesn’t have any garlic in it, so your breath should remain reasonably safe too!). You can thank me […]
There are certain events in life that seem to be created purely for the purpose of testing the strength of a relationship. The most prolific example being pregnancy.
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