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can always go buy another tube of toothpaste. [laughs]

Interviewer: That’s so funny.

Mrs. Taylor: You’d be surprised that people just, little things, well maybe not little to them, but things like that, you just work it out in the process of marriage. You just go through life without worrying about it. Just like the time I burnt my biscuits. My husband just got a knife and shaved it off. He didn’t chew me out about it, you know?

Interviewer: It’s the little things.

Mrs. Taylor: It’s the little things.

Interviewer: Some things you just have to look over.

Mrs. Taylor: Mm-hmm [nods] That’s right.

Interviewer: Well, thank you so much for your time, Mrs. Taylor. I got a lot out of this, and think many of our readers will, too.


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