Spiritual Advice in the manner of Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love”
“So it will come to pass for all of us -- for all couples filled with wedded bliss who stay with each other in love -- that someday one of us will carry the shovel and the lantern on behalf of the other. Not to mention the bags of concrete and sand. And the Turkish rug with the body rolled up in it. Maybe we’ll be able to get beyond this, like in Harrison Ford in Presumed Innocent. We can only hope.”
“After all, doesn't every true romance begin in that same place -- at the intersection of desperation and horniness -- where two strangers meet to get their freak on?
"And would you like to pet my cat?"