Sorry I skipped a day! Lovebug and I ended up spending the entire day yesterday at a friend’s house swimming, grilling dinner, watching the kids play, and having great conversation. We stayed so late we had to turn on the pool light to see anything! Good times! So, I didn’t get to post this . . . → Read More: Making Marriage Work Tip #4a
Tip #3 – Learn your spouse’s Love Language
If you haven’t read the book, The 5 Love Languages, I can’t recommend it highly enough. Buy a copy, get it from the library, or you can even take a quick, fun quiz online to determine your language.
We all have a primary love language. What that . . . → Read More: Making Marriage Work Tip #3
Ok, this is really a continuation of Marriage Tip #2 which was “Communication”. I promised I would share with you my communication secret that changed our marriage, so here I am! Yesterday, I talked a little bit about unmet expectations and how they can be a downfall. In my opinion, they are the root . . . → Read More: Making Marriage Work Tip #2b
Tip #2a – Communication
How do you start most relationships? By talking! As the relationship grows, so do the conversations. You go past idle chit-chat and you really talk about things that are important to you. Marriage is no different. Good communication is absolutely key to the relationship. Being completely open and honest about . . . → Read More: Making Marriage Work Tip #2a
Lately it seems that I have several people in my life that are really struggling in their marriage. I know there are many more that I don’t know personally because I’ve seen prayer requests, or heard the pleas for help. It just breaks my heart! No matter how much in love you are with . . . → Read More: Making Marriage Work Tip #1
These pictures are from April, but we’ve been so preoccupied with the pre-deployment and deployment stuff that I haven’t had a chance to post much over the past month and a half. So, indulge me while I share with you several posts of the things we’ve been up to! I won’t hit you with them all . . . → Read More: Beach Date with my Hubby
9 years ago today I married my best friend, and we are more in love today than we were then. We’ve been through some crazy trials over the years. Things that would break a lot of marriages. We came out of each one stronger, but only by the grace of God! Relying on Him through each . . . → Read More: Our favorite wedding anniversary tradition
During my quiet time this morning, I was reading Ephesians 1:15-19, and I just felt led to stop and pray this Scripture over my husband. I wanted to share it with you and encourage you to pray this over your husbands as well.
“That’s why, when I heard of the solid trust you have in the Master . . . → Read More: A prayer for our husbands
A few years ago when I was a first time mom with a budding toddler, I remember feeling overwhelmed as I tried to manage the house and our daughter at the same time. It felt like I was constantly picking up after her in one area, only to have another area get messed up. She was . . . → Read More: Revolutionize your marriage & your life!
A couple years ago, Hubby was fortunate to have a job that required him to live in the Yucatan area of Mexico for about 4 months. During that time, he became a big fan of “tacos al pastor”. Take corn tortillas, and fill them with wonderfully seasoned pork roasted on a spit, and sliced fresh when . . . → Read More: Gringos hunt for tacos