Monday, March 31, 2008

Love is a Many Splendored Thing!

For all you youngsters, the title of this post is also the name of a song that was HUGE when I was a teenager... and that is oh, so many years ago.
I took two days off work last week, and just stayed home with the hubby. I meant to get more spring cleaning done than I did; but I got some done! I also meant to do some sewing but that was completely blown off. But I got to spend the time with my husband and it was great. I didn't realize how much I missed being with him all day every day. And he was so sweet and adorable. Flirting and dancing and singing; just a lovely vacation from the rest of the world's stuff. I love the giggly part of being in love and am glad that it doesn't go away.
Don't tell him I said this, but he really is terrific. Also, cute and adorable - some of the time, anyway. We will be celebrating 40 years in a couple of months; I can't wait for the next 40! LOL
When the missionaries taught me that families can be forever, they weren't telling me anything I didn't already know. My parents believed that they would be together forever decades before they heard anything about it from missionaries. They didn't know how it would work, especially with their sometime belief in reincarnation ; ). But they believed it with all their hearts. And I know they are together now.


Debbie said...

You guys are a great example of how a couple should be and enjoy each other. Heavenly Father has blessed me with a great guy also and I'm looking forward to eternity with him. Thanks for that example for all of us!

Cynthiana said...

gross mom!!!!! can't you guys keep things private?

nicole said...

Ha! Your daughter is funny! :) You guys are such a cute couple... I love how you're always joking and enjoying life together. By the way, that apple cake was delicious!

jennifer said...

Awwwwww! How sweet!

shannon said...

You two are so cute! I hope our marriage can be as fun as yours is. Maybe once residency is over I'll actually get to see my husband. Some people at church who are new have wondered if he's deployed or inactive!! Ha!