Either your marriage is going REALLY well or you should be VERY concerned when your husband asks you if you want to go to a marriage event. Ha ha! The truth is that my husband and I both have a lot of respect for Kirk Cameron from watching him on the show The Way of… [continue reading]
Do you remember that post I wrote several years ago, “I kissed dating goodbye?” The funny thing about that is that we have started to date again on a regular basis. Ha! It’s not that I was ever AGAINST dating your spouse. I always thought it was the best way. I just came to the… [continue reading]
18 Years and still laughing.
Sunday we celebrated 18 years of married bliss laughs. I am much too honest to say it’s been bliss. In fact, when I see people gushing all over about how their spouse is the best, awesomest, wonderfullest thing ever…I kinda think they’re lying. Ha ha. And, no joke, a few years later I often see… [continue reading]
What he said this time
Marriage is a fun, crazy adventure, but if you don’t keep your sense of humor you’ll go nuts. What my husband said this time… We had spent several days in the sun at water parks, theme parks, pools etc. I was exhausted. It seemed to me though that I was much, much more tired than… [continue reading]
A sweet surprise
My man! Isn’t he cute? 🙂 He keeps surprising me. As well as I know him, I never know what he’s going to say or do. If I think he’ll say one thing, he says another sure as shooting! He may up and accept a job without telling me. Ha! His comments to me at… [continue reading]
Should every Christian learn Greek?
For years it was a daily goal of mine to make my husband laugh. He made me laugh all the time, but he seldom laughed himself. “I don’t know how to laugh,” he would say. So each day I would try and try to make him laugh. I just can’t imagine life without laughter. Recently… [continue reading]
Keeps No Record of Wrongs
Jason and I are reading a book on marriage together in the evening after the kids go to their rooms for the night. We read the first few chapters. Then came the chapter on the husband and what he should and shouldn’t be doing. Neither one of us said anything. We just read. Then came… [continue reading]
You may have married an engineer if…
1. He does one thing at a time. He concentrates on one thing at a time and can uncannily tune everything else out. For example, he cannot talk on the phone and watch the children. It is very possible that while he talks on the phone, his children could be playing with sharp kitchen knives… [continue reading]
The Alaskan Cruise Story
Jason and I are so excited to be taking an Alaskan cruise in a few weeks. Alone. By ourselves. Without children! Can you tell I’m still in shock? It will be the first time we’ve ever left the children for more than a night or two. God is so good to me, and I give… [continue reading]
Why write about the difficult times?
I received a comment a while back questioning why in the world I would confess to some of the hard times. It was a ranting comment that I found quite ugly in the way it was done. I tend to delete those. This is my space. However the question is fair even if the way… [continue reading]