I am trying to get ready for the next few weeks.
A milestone is approaching.
There will be GIVEAWAYS.
I also hope to come up with a crazy thing called content.
So please be patient.
And please come back.
Congratulations, John! (That birthday month was a stroke of genius, by the way!) And thank you, Heather!My husband is the best. I know, you think yours is but you'd be wrong. There are so many great things he does. He is very unselfish which is so refreshing after spending your days with a 2 year old. He helps out so much at home. He is not a stranger to cooking or cleaning. He also helps out with our daughter. He meets me at the gym each Monday because there is a class offered only on that day at 12 and so he takes Addyson to lunch while I get to go. He gets up at 5 each morning so he can have his quiet time before he goes to gym. I appreciate this for many reasons. First, I know his walk with Christ is very important and this makes me want to have a stronger one. I also appreciate that he works out early so he can come straight home to us in the afternoon when he gets off instead of going by the gym. He is NOT a morning person so I know this is a sacrifice.
One of the best things he does is he knows my love language and he totally tries to show me in that way he loves me. My language is gifts. So unflattering. But really, it is and he knows this. Unfortunately, a pastor's salary doesn't give us the money for him to buy me the most expensive so he gets creative. One of the best examples of this was on my 30th birthday. For the 30 days leading up to the big, somewhat dreaded day he gave me a gift each day. Sometimes it was just a sweet note, sometimes a flower, my favorite milkshake, a CD I had been wanting. But some of the best gifts were free time for me to read a book, or go shopping at Target by myself. It was a great birthday and he made it last for a month.
He does have his faults, but I am so lucky he's mine.