Episode #17: Judi Langley–Life, Love, Marriage–One Woman’s Journey
How do you move forward in love, marriage, and difficult times?
My initial intention for today’s episode was to talk to my guest, Judi Langley, about her twenty-five year marriage to her husband, Gotham.
I quickly realized, however, that Judi is one of those people who has as much knowledge as she does depth, on a variety of topics.
From her bi-racial, bi-cultural marriage and an illustrious thirty-five year career that she’s recently left behind, we talk husbands, kids, careers, family, and friends and the gifts that come to our communities when women have the courage to lift up and support one another.
Until next time,
Be Bold. Be Brave. Be Daring–and take a bite of courage.
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I found this interview more than interesting. Judi is a fascinating person, certainly her life has been unique, as is every life in its own way.
I especially liked the image of her and her husband starting the day with coffee in bed. A fine practice. Her husband sounds like a very exceptional person.
There is an aspect that troubles me. Two people with so much to give yet no children to share it with. I can’t reconcile that with marriage. But what do I know?
Thanks for listening and for your feedback.
Judi is nothing less than fascinating. She has such a great attitude and perspective about everything that life seems to throw at her–even her disappointment about not being able to have children. While she felt devastated and her friends thought it might be a dealbreaker, she said it wasn’t because she took a vow — for better or worse. I agree with you, though. They would have been incredible parents, but their handling of the situation was admirable, as it often is a dealbreaker for couples who find out after marriage that they are unable to conceive. They accepted it and moved through it with grace…