The Language of Things

Every relationship has an originality to it that defies explanation, but it can be seen in the subtle signals, in the secret code, and in the routines that separate the two within it from the rest of the world. No matter if the relationship is a short one or has some longevity there are always objects — things — that define the connection while also explaining why it’s a special one.

My wife and I decided to give our relationship a chance 13 years ago this month.

If I were to leave a message for my wife describing our relationship using only objects and no words, those objects would be:

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Sam

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