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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

To love your husband Tuesday

I don't know about you but I have found that my husband responds better to praise and affirmation. (I mean really who doesn't?) While criticism is part of life, isn't it an eaiser pill to swallow if you have been uplifted by your spouse a large majority of the day & know that you are respected?
What I am getting at is.....my prayer partner, Kelly, and I have been trying to hold each other accountable to do something each and every day for our husbands that is uplifting. For example, when my husband is here, I have been trying to come greet him with a hug and a kiss whenever possible. (Letting him know that he is the most important part of your day by dropping what you are doing to greet him.)What a better way to start your evening together on a good note? I have also been blessed with this technological age to be able to text & email him little positive notes too. It never hurts to throw a little more spicy ones in there too!
I know how appreciative I am when I get something in the same realm from my husband.
So hopefully it is keeping love a verb instead of a noun.
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5 comments:

Heather said...

I like how you say keeping love a verb instead of a noun-what a great way to look at it! I worked on my greeting with my husband a couple weeks back and it definitely seemed to make the evening better when he got home from work. Thanks!

Laura said...

Good post. Something for me to work on.

I emailed your invitation to Girl Talk to your gmail email.

Lauren said...

Great post! Thanks so much for linking up with us today! :) I'm definitely doing what I can to keep love a verb! :) Thanks for sharing!

Kelly said...

This is a great suggestion! I need to remember to keep love a verb too!

Alicia said...

So true!! Men love to be reaffirmed!! It sounds like you are totally blessing your husband!!!

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