Sunday, May 16, 2010
I think now is the appropriate time to write a little about how much I love my husband and honor him as my husband. He was dealt a heavy blow last year when the company where he worked for shut down and has been seeking full-time employment ever since. He has stepped out of his comfort zone with some part-time employment and I am very proud of him for wanting to be the provider for his family.
I am so grateful to be married to my husband. I am guilty of dwelling too much on his faults and not on the positives about him that cause me to love him. He is the one the Lord chose to give me and I want to be a good wife to him. Robert continues to grow in his walk in the Lord and it makes me very happy.
My husband may not be perfect, but unfortunately for him, neither and I. He is patient to put up with my house working struggles, my grumblings about daily life, my love of blogging and blog surfing. He is willing to kill those icky spiders or take photos for my blog when I ask him.
He brings in all those heavy bags from the grocery store and hands me the bag with the loaf of bread in it.
He watches HGTV with me and acts interested.
He's very smart.
He's a gentleman.
He's crazy about our daughter and would do anything for her.
He never complains about my cooking.
When I was pregnant, he shaved my legs!
He likes to buy me flowers and jewelry.
He always kisses me good-bye.
He tells me he loves me every day.
He takes out the garbage. Icky!
He call fall asleep in 10 seconds flat. Impressive!
He loves cats.
He loves coffee and bookstores.
He's a geek and keeps all the family computers up and running.
He uses his geekiness for God and works in the Audio Visual room at church and is on the photo team ministry.
After dating only a few months, I knew he was "the one." We were either together or on the phone together and rarely apart. He made me feel special. He made me feel like I was walking on a cloud.
He got down on one knee and asked me to marry him.
He bought me the most gorgeous engagement ring ever made. I don't know how I kept from wrecking my car because as I drove down the road, my eyes were not on the road but on my left hand on the steering wheel admiring all that glitters!
He's a couch potato. So am I.
He's my Valentine and he's all mine!
I love you Robert. I thank God for you.