Paula and Jerry have a recipe that is sure to yield a better marriage and relationship. I so loved this post and wanted to share it with all of you. Thanks Paula for the encouragement and happy 26 years of marriage.
No disrespect intended to those couples who say the best years of marriage were when they had nothing but love, staring into each others eyes in that first, tiny apartment, only peanut butter and jelly in the cupboard, but as I celebrate 26 years of marriage I’m thinkin’ the best years are yet to come.
After all, as love grows so does joy. And if those bare cabinet days don’t separate, they bind. Tight.
Reflections are strange sometimes. There is much good to celebrate today–and I do–but I find my musings today have taken an unexpected twist.
I’m thinking of what we DIDN’T do instead of what we did.
In those years of lack and hardship we didn’t blame each other.
When one of us struggled–with life, faith, forward movement–we didn’t give up on each other.
When people came against us, throwing conflict and discontent into relationships we didn’t allow them to divide…
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Thank you for the reblog dear Tom!