So, on June 15, 1952, we were married at the Society for the Advancement of Judaism. It was a hot day. As far as I'm concerned, it might have been the hottest June 15th in the history of N.Y.C. And there was no air-conditioning. There weren't even any windows to open. But, after a lecture from the rabbi to stick together through all the coming hardships, we were wed. For better or for worse. Better happened right away.  Fortunately, it took a while for worse.