Ana Botella and José María Aznar married in 1977, and have three children: José María Aznar Botella, Ana Aznar Botella, and Alonso Aznar Botella. Their daughter married on 5 September 2002 Alejandro Tarik Agag Longo in a lavish ceremony at El Escorial. Ana Botella has four grandchildren, Alejandro (born 4 June 2004 in Madrid), Rodrigo (born 13 December 2005 in Madrid), Pelayo (born 20 January 2008 in Madrid) and Alonso (born 22 December 2010 in Madrid) Agag Aznar.
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Family Life is a magazine published by, and primarily for, the Old Order Amish. The publisher is Pathway Publishers of Aylmer, Ontario, Canada. Unlike some Amish publications, Family Life is printed entirely in Engtlish rather than Pennsylvania Dutch or German.
The magazine was founded in 1968 and is published monthly. It contains articles, poetry, recipes, and drawings submitted by readers. It also has several regular columns on subjects such as health, nature, and religion. Like its primary readership, Family Life magazine stresses simplicity, basic Christian doctrine, and an agricultural lifestyle.
Exact circulation figures are unavailable. The magazine does have some non-Amish readership, including Mennonites. It is used as a reference by some scholars, sociologists, and anthropologists who study the Amish. In addition to Family Life, Pathway produces two companion publications-Blackboard Bulletin, concerning schooling and education, and Young Companion, focusing on youth issues.
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