Dying author writes dating form for husband

An author failing of ovarian cancer has created a dating form of her father so he can find “another adore story”.

Amy Krouse Rosenthal lists his best qualities and says she hopes “the right chairman reads this [and] finds Jason”.

“I have never been on Tinder, Bumble or eHarmony,” she writes in a New York Times.

“But I’m going to emanate a ubiquitous form for Jason right here, formed on my knowledge of co-existing in a same residence with him for, like, 9,490 days.”

Amy is famous for letter books for children, as good as memoirs about her possess family and life.

She and Jason have been together for roughly 3 decades and have grown-up children.


In her many new memoir, created before her cancer diagnosis, Amy pronounced she wanted a reader to advise a pattern so she and they could get relating tattoos.

“In September, Paulette [the reader] gathering down to accommodate me during a Chicago tattoo parlour,” she writes in her essay.

“She got hers (her really first) on her left wrist. we got cave on a underside of my left forearm, in my daughter’s handwriting.

“This was my second tattoo; a initial is a small, lowercase ‘j’ that has been on my ankle for 25 years. You can substantially theory what it stands for.

“Jason has one too, though with some-more letters: ‘AKR.'”


Towards a finish of her essay, called You May Want to Marry My Husband, Amy writes: “I am jacket this adult on Valentine’s Day, and a many genuine, non-vase-oriented present we can wish for is that a right chairman reads this, finds Jason, and another adore story begins.

“I’ll leave this conscious dull space next as a approach of giving we dual a uninformed start we deserve.”

There afterwards follows a vacant white space.

She ends: “With all my love, Amy.”

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