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Bob Payne

April 25, 2004 | Travel Feature
Santorini

Your wife is turning 40. In thirteen years of marriage, she has graced your life with more brains, beauty, and charm than you rightfully deserve, endured your alternating bouts of professional self-aggrandizement and crushing self-loathing, and birthed your children—10-year-old Duncan and 7-year-old Olivia and Brooke (the twins). You owe her. Big.

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