How often do we say we love each other out of habit? Come home from work and what do we say? I love you. Before we go to bed? I love you. I’ve began to think a lot about this lately. I don’t want to say it out of habit. I do love my wife more than ever. 28 years ago April 1st I asked my wife to “go steady” with me, but the love I have for her now is different. My love is stronger, so when I say I love you Michelle Trowbridge I truly mean it.
Whether your dating or married, if you love your spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend, say it and mean it.
Here’s some good marital advice, remember your wife doesn’t have the same sense of humor as you! We men sometimes have a time taming our tongue. Be tender toward your wife in that way guys. Ladies I have to include you on this, be careful how you react to the words spoken by your hubby, we don’t always think before we speak. We sometimes say things and mean no harm even though it may seem like it.
Love y’all, keep rockin on,
Hey beautiful people we need volunteers in the kitchen starting January 18th. We have a very capable person our own Amanda Young to direct we need some help serving and prep while Holly Bandfield is on the disabled list. Let any one of us know. Thanks in advance!!!
How many are madly in love with your spouse? How do you speak of them when your not with them? Honestly I’ve made it a habit of speaking lovingly about her (Michelle Morgan-Trowbridge). I recently overheard a conversation about why two gentlemen were not married. I giggled. One said to me it’s what we have to tolerate. I simply said, my wife takes good care of me; I have no reason to complain. Secondly how do you let others speak of your spouse. I don’t tolerate anyone speaking badly about mine. If that’s a problem too bad. I would want that same respect from her. Keep this in mind when having a bad marriage day.
Until next time,
I’m asking a favor, what you do is up to you. We all need to do things conducive to our marriages. Flowers, gifts and expressions of our love. Realize you’re meant to be together. It’s God’s bond not ours. Love you guys. Hope you all see this.
Marriage hint, was struggling with what to share, but here goes. There’s nothing in life that should break your bond of love. People are people, we each make mistakes. Just remember love develops, grows and becomes more powerful. Love when your young isn’t the same as love when you grow together. Your bond should grow greater as you get older.
That’s it for now,
We would do well to consider the words of John Wesley as we prepare to vote
Although those words were spoken more than 240 years ago, they apply as much today as they when they were first uttered.
We are seeking nominations of three families for the Bless A Family event for Thanksgiving. The family’s name needs to be turned into the church office by next Sunday Oct 23. Patti Hall will stop in the church office mid week to get with (Jim or holly?) and prepare the food sign up sheet for Sunday Oct 30. Notify me with those names please ASAP my contact info is in the bulletin.
Marriage hint: do away with expectations. You want a maid then get a good job and hire one. Remember your spouse isn’t a convenience and doesn’t work for you. They are someone you should love beyond measure. If they’re a good cook and cleaner celebrate that. If not pitch in and make it a team effort, but do it because you love each other.
God bless and carry on,
I have a friend who starts his board meetings by asking are there words that add value. For this week’s marriage hint. I want to ask how have you added value to your spouse or your marriage? Have you told your spouse how much you love and appreciate them. What a blessing it is to hear it, right? Don’t live with the idea that they already know it, be sure to tell them. Let them know how great it is to have them as a part of your life and as your spouse!