Blessed Alliance: Making Music Together

Fran & Marlo Cowan (married 62 years!) playing an impromptu recital together and having fun in the atrium of the Mayo Clinic shortly before his 90th birthday.

When men and women forge a Blessed Alliance—in marriage or any other realm—the result is mutual flourishing! This Blessed Alliance will make you smile.

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6 Responses to Blessed Alliance: Making Music Together

  1. Denise Hardy says:

    Carolyn, you were so right. I am smiling. Thank you for sharing.
    -Denise

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  2. Joanne says:

    I was in that area of Mayo today. I loved the couple's smiles & laughter. They clearly had just as good of time playing as we did watching them!

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  3. Nancy says:

    Don’t we all hope for that kind of unity and energy at 90! Wow, I’d like to have it now! Thanks for making my day!

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  4. Margaret says:

    Thanks for posting this, Carolyn! How utterly delightful!

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  5. Carolyn says:

    If marriage worked as God intended, the wedding wouldn’t be the high point, but the low point, and these half-century+ marriages would be the ones to admire and celebrate. Just think how much history these two have (and what a bond that forges) after doing life together for 62 years!

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  6. thatmom says:

    Carolyn, what a blessed picture of what marriage ought to be! My husband and I have been married for 34 years and it keeps getting better the older we get! I can’t wait for the 62nd anniversary!

    I have been reading and researching the life of Abigail Adams and see a similar picture in her marriage to John. The Biblical picture of one-anothering is evident in all they did together. Until George and Barbara Bush recently celebrated their 54th anniversary, they had been the longest married presidential couple. What an example for us.

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful video.

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