Friday, December 4, 2009
I likes this essay on marriage and the difficulty (and rewards) of long-term relationships. A bit says:
"I’ve never really believed that you just marry one day at the altar or before a justice of the peace. I believe that you become married — truly married — slowly, over time, through all the road-rage incidents and precolonoscopy enemas, all the small and large moments that you never expected to happen and certainly didn’t plan to endure. But then you do: you endure."
The economics of being Elin, Tiger Woods' wife.
We've all heard about the travails of Tiger Woods, his marriage, the gold club and Escalade, Elin, the wife, the club promoter and this is as good a time as any to say: et al., as the list seems to get edited (bigger) on a daily basis. The Daily Beast reports that Elin and Tiger sat at dinner to discuss a newly altered pre-nup. Some of the details are a shortening term of the prenup to "seven years, and ... a series of staggered payments could increase the total value to $75 million."
Tip of the hat to MR for the pointer.
graph per yahoo