According to the orthodox church, it is advised that couples don’t take the oath of holy matrimony in Leap Year as this is an “unnatural year”. Popular beliefs also advise against getting divorced in a Leap Year as one may never find happiness again. Of course, a divorce is generally the final cut, but only superstition can allay the fear of ephemeral and eternal solitude.
Based on current divorce rates, you’ll never make it to your tenth anniversary. I propose marriage be measured in dog years. By the time you get unleashed, you’ll have been married for decades. Paw about it.