by Robyn Okrant
I am turning the spotlight on the unsung hero of Living Oprah - my very patient, very supportive husband, Jim. Since much of Oprah's advice is about strengthening relationships, I should share how my husband thought our marriage changed for better or for worse. Here are the seven highlights (and in some cases, lowlights) of 2008 for my sig-o.
The Truth About Happily Ever After: A Q&A with Bestselling Author Elizabeth Gilbert
- When I first proposed the social experiment to Jim in December 2007: He says, "You were really excited about your idea and your energy was contagious." He remembers distinctly that I convinced him not to worry as he wasn't going to be too affected by the whole project. Jim frowns and looks into my eyes. "But then you took my TV out of the bedroom because Oprah doesn't believe in them. I think you owe me on that one.
- When I started cooking intricate recipes offered on Oprah's show, website and magazine: "I felt like a special guy." I