In my estimation…

22 Apr

"The Unexpected Proposal" by Norman Rockwell

“For in my estimation more permanent and genuine happiness is to be found in the sequestered walks of connubial life, than in the giddy rounds of promiscuous pleasure, or the more tumultuous and imposing scenes of successful ambition.” George Washington

About Their Relationship: Family Man: A Letter to Martha

A Question Posed: Why Did Martha Burn Her Letters?

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