Monday, December 18, 2006

I am not getting married.

(Anytime soon.) But I do think this is interesting: the NYT asked readers "What questions do you think are important to ask before marriage?" and posted the reader replies.

Assuming that you've dated long enough to be reasonably sure that your fiance isn't a serial killer or necrophiliac, I think the most important issues would be children and finances. Children? How many and when? And how will we handle our money?

What do you think?

1 comment:

~Virginia~ said...

BOTH very important questions...since children obviously affect finances! Can't have more than you can afford to feed! My boyfriend of 3 years and I haven't discussed # of kids...we want them (just not now, of course), but we should probably narrow it down from a soccer team's worth! :) Especially since I'm thinking more along the lines of 2!