This guy is going places. I’m just glad I’m along for the ride.
When times are tough and we make sacrificial efforts to improve our marriages, it can be tempting to look for instant results. After all, these kinds of heroic efforts cost us plenty in terms of time, effort and ego …
Read my latest marriage column at Fathers for Good today:
January is a time for making resolutions for our finances, health, diet or other ways to improve ourselves in the next 365 days. But have you ever considered resolving to improve your marriage?
You can read my latest marriage column at Fathers for Good:
You can read about my first “married” Thanksgiving in my Husband & Wife column at Fathers for Good this week:
My husband, he is vacuuming.
It’s a shop vac of course. And he’s using it in our living room which he has stripped bare of all its contents in anticipation of sanding and refinishing the floors in the next 3 days.
But it’s vacuuming nonetheless. And my husband is doing it. And beggars can’t be choosers now, can we?
As a result of a series of freak circumstances, the kids all slept in this morning. Dan and I found ourselves alone, having breakfast together, before he left for work.
Me: This is nice. We should always get up at 5 am and have a romantic breakfast together.