Did you know yesterday was Wednesday?! I TOTALLY missed blogging, and I am truly sorry. Crazy, busy, housework filled day… Glad it’s nearly Friday! My husband noticed it before I do: I sing. Like, a lot. He mentioned it in our wedding vows, and I was stumped. Do I sing often? Oh, yes, I do. … Continue reading moves like Bauer
Do you ever start fighting with your significant other that, about halfway through you both think: how’d we end up here- completely off topic? And, why are we fighting? This is stupid. We had one of those this weekend. Around midnight, I reminded my husband: “emotions run high at night.” They do; it’s true. And,… Continue reading the dumbest fight we ever had
Have I mentioned before my husband and I are Dave Ramsey followers? Like, hard core we-eat-gazelles-for-breakfast debt dumpers? It is a totally awesome story of what the Lord showed us to save our finances and marriage. And, anyone who knows about Dave Ramsey knows that he labels his followers as “the nerd” and “the free… Continue reading a nerdy free-spirit
I am a crier. I cry especially over sappy, sweet, sentimental, loving moments… on TV. For years, my dear husband would look at me during one of those crying moments and say, “Don’t cry, Bunny.” To which I would sniffle and say, “I can’t help it…” It started to bug me about a year ago. … Continue reading don’t cry
My husband and I met a sweet couple after dinner tonight. They were celebrating twenty-three years of marriage, so we wished them well. I am always interested in successful marriage advice. “Patience and gentleness,” the wife answered. I laughed, “No, marriage advice I can actually put into practice.” The husband chimed in, too, “I was… Continue reading the key to marriage
This past month has been straining on my husband and me. Between his work and school and my work and research, there has been little time for the two of us. This morning, my husband stated it best in nerd-terms: we have reached critical mass. Or critical strain? Critical point? It was so nerdy and… Continue reading S.O.S.
My husband wants a dog. He has a dog, but the dog lives with his family out of state. I love his dog, a charming brown and patchy boxer, but the dog is getting older. I am afraid we cannot care for the ailing pup like he needs. Yet, my father-in-law has another dog that… Continue reading never ready