Archive for May, 2012
In a marriage, it’s the little things that say “I love you.” Stacey talks about a long-standing Saturday morning ritual that says just that.
(Reader’s Tip) It takes work when two people are very different. But who wants to spend a lifetime saying, “Yep…ditto…me, too…Uh huh…I agree,” every single day? We’ve learned a great deal from each other.
If you have suffered the loss of a child through miscarriage, or know someone who has, this book will help you to better understand and deal with the experience. Although written for Catholic women, its information, reflections and resources are accessible to people of all faiths.
Make the extra effort. Husbands, it’s tempting to forego those dating niceties. Opening her door, pulling out her chair, walking on the curb side may seem old fashioned and sexist, but sometimes it’s fun to be treated like a queen. Go overboard and laugh about it.