Marriage, like tennis, is more pleasant
when played with an amicable, onscientious
partner. For an enjoyable match, you just
can't beat a good doubles team.
Unfortunately, some games get off on a bad
a bad foot because one of the players may
have picked up a bad racquet in their pre-
marital days, perhaps a racquet that is strung
too loose, or too tight.
And, many partnerships faultier because one
or both partners desire to remain at some
some previously attained score. You really
can't do that and be a successful team, however.
After all, "love 15" is just not the same as "love 30."
And, "love 30" is not the same as "love 40."
The game must go on...indeed, it does go on.
We either have finish the game, or forfeit (which
oft times comes with dire consequences).
To our way of thinking, its much to our advantage
to play out the game with determination, with finesse,
and, with love.
Well now...your serve.