What They Wanted – The New York Times

There was nothing traditional about my grandparents, other than, perhaps, my grandmother’s rabid interest in my love life.

“I just want to be around long enough to dance at your wedding,” Mopsy, as we called my paternal grandmother, told me over and over again for a decade.

When, four years ago, I did finally meet the man I would eventually marry, she asked time and again why we were waiting so long for the ceremony. I thought a pandemic was a pretty good reason; she reminded me that…

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