Reasons 22-28

Before being a full time housewife, I worked customer service.  One of the biggest lessons we learned was that people were much more likely to tell others about their negative experiences versus their positive experiences.

Are you doing this in your marriage?

I'm challenging myself, and anyone else who would like to participate in joining in on my "365 Reasons I Love My Husband."  No, you don't have to blog all 365 reasons at once!  You can include a reason a day, do a blog post a week, or one big one once a month.  I'm going to be doing one post a week, that will list out 7 things I love about my husband.  Each week I'll be adding a linky tool so that way you can link up your post so myself and others can stop by and check it out!  I hope this challenges you to focus on the good things about your husband, instead of lingering on the few faults he may have.


22.  I love that when we go grocery shopping, and have to go to three grocery stores looking for eggplants, my husband doesn't complain.  He doesn't even ask why we're getting something crazy we never get.

23.  I love that my husband doesn't make me feel bad for spending money.  Not that I'm going on crazy shopping sprees.

24.  I love my husbands scars.  One under his chin, and above his left eyebrow.  Very... distinguishing.

25.  I love how competent my husband is at fixing things.  This ranges from sinks, to cars.

26.  I love his dedication to his job.

27.  I love that he supports me not having a traditional job, even when I struggle at keeping on top of things.

28.  I love that he talks in his sleep.  It's extremely amusing.


365 Reasons I Love My Husband

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Mrs. Pedersen said...

Oh, this is so sweet! I love the running list of things you appreciate about your husband.

Jenifer Harrod said...

This is just what I needed today!

Anonymous said...

I like this idea of making a list of the things that we love/like about our husbands. I enjoyed reading your list as well.

Oh, ditto for my husband as well for #'s 24-27. :)

-M. Wildflower