“He’d never understood his father-in-law, how a grown man can be happy making a living from organizing punchball games, as he would say. It’s too weird”
Chaim tells Rivky he wants to buy the camp
Come on, Rivky, which article did you read this Shabbos? Let me guess. Ten experts weigh in on how to make your marriage better”
“Seriously? Today? You have to show these people the camp now, when all these kids are having a carefree, happy day?”
Chaim typed the same thing he’d found himself writing again and again over the past few weeks. Be gebentsht, don’t know what I’d do without you.
Chaim saw determination in his mother-in-law’s eyes: There was a prepared speech coming, one she’d likely been rehearsing all Shabbos