We wanted to share this incredible piece that appeared in the Modern Love column of last week’s New York Times. As open minded as we all are — there is something here for everyone to contemplate. It reminds us of how we really don’t know that it feels like until it’s ours — our relationships, our loss, aging, love……
We’d love to know what you think.
AT age 70, I did not imagine that I would fall in love again and remarry. But the past 20 years have made my life a story of two great loves.
On Jan. 3, 1996, the telephone rang just before midnight, interrupting the silence of the hospital room. From the bedside of my wife, Clare, I lifted the receiver. “Please hold for the president.” Bill Clinton had heard that Clare, struck by acute leukemia, was fading. She listened and smiled but was too weak to speak.