In The Peace Corps — They Dated Every Sunday Night on the Phone. Here’s How They Got to Marriage.
Thanks for the ‘heads up’ from Marnie Mueller (Ecuador 1963-65) This couple met as Peace Corps Volunteers, and built their relationship mostly remotely, while working on different islands in Fiji. By Gabe Cohn NY Times Feb. 12, 2021 On a handful of days in 2017 and 2018, when the humidity was low and the sky was free of smoke from burning sugar cane, Benjamin Hampton Ewing was able to look out from a ridgeline on Viti Levu, the main island in Fiji, and see something special. At 6 a.m., Mr. Ewing would board a bus in the mountains of Viti Levu, where he was living. The bus would lumber toward Suva, Fiji’s capital, zigzagging through switchbacks woven into the mountains. About 15 minutes into the trip, the riders would reach a ridgeline that looked out over peaks and valleys, and into the ocean beyond. Most of the time, . . .Read More
What a beautiful love story! Happy Valentine's Day!