We had something kind of unusual happen to us Saturday night. Bob and I went out for supper. We were enjoying our meal and having a nice evening. When our waitress came to our table to give us our bill, she asked how long we had been married. We told her it had been 26 years. She then said "You look happy. Would you mind telling me how you have kept a happy marriage?" We told her that we were Christians and because of that we have God in the center of our marriage. We also said we like to have fun and try to maintain a good sense of humor. She told us that many people she knows are getting divorced so she was looking for advice for whenever she got married. I don't feel like I'm too good at giving advice off the top of my head and later have thought of more things I would have liked to say. I wish I had said that just because we are Christians doesn't mean that marriage is always easy. I would have liked to have told her that respect is important, and more. We didn't have a chance to say much more to her, as she was very busy and we only saw her for a minute as we left. I'm glad she is thinking enough about it now to ask questions and I hope the advice she gets is helpful. What about you, what advice would you give in a situation like that?