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When Tom told me he was taking me away for our anniversary…


Happy weekend to us!

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I’m A Better Me Because Of We

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This is the week we celebrate our 38th wedding anniversary. It’s full of memories, thanksgivings, laughter and just plain gratefulness to God for allowing us to travel this far together.

Last week we were talking with a shoe salesman and the conversation came up about marriage. That happens often, probably because we’re looking for ways to draw people out regarding their own relationships. 

Here’s how our conversation went…

Tom: We’re about to celebrate 38 years of marriage.

Salesman: For real?

Me: Yeah, he’s had five wives, but only one marriage.

Salesman: (Does a double take) Huh? Oh, I get it! (Laughing, but not sure)

Tom: My wife isn’t the same woman she was when I married her. And I’m not the same either. We have to keep falling in love with the person he/she has become in order to keep our marriage strong and growing.

Salesman: Wow. That’s so good. Thanks for sharing that!

We found out our salesman wasn’t married, but hopefully we planted a seed for his future. 

Conversations like these happen frequently. Our prayer is that our words and our example will infuse hope that a life-long marriage is possible by and through the grace of God. 

Tom loved our Valentine’s weekend, and I’m sure whatever Tom has planned for us this weekend will be just as special. 

Our pastor says often, “Constant change is here to stay.” And marriage is no exception. Plan for the changes and they won’t take you by surprise.

I have concluded that I’m a better me because of the daily input of Tom’s love, care and wisdom. This is why I’ve changed and I pray it’s been for the better.

As Glenda sings in my favorite Broadway production, Wicked, “I have been changed for good!”

In what ways have you changed for good throughout your marriage?

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Answering the Why of Marriage


We had dinner with friends last night and the conversation landed on what we hope to do in the remaining years of our lives. It seems we spend most of our time dreaming and working towards the last years of life and when they arrive you can feel lost, bewildered even, not sure if now is the time to actually do what we’ve dreamed about.

Our friend said he was looking forward to going back to school and learning more. He said he wanted to take that knowledge and teach young men what he learns on top of the experience he has gained over decades. 

Then came the clincher…

Tom asked what his first class would be, and he said to answer this question, “Why are you here?” Because when life gets hard and doesn’t go according to your plan, knowing the why will keep you going and not quitting.

Sage advice!

So this begs the question: Why are you here–in this marriage, on this blog, looking for answers to your current struggle?

I can’t answer this for you. But I can share our why with you and maybe, just maybe, it will help you discover yours.

When we first got married, our passion and hope was to help other marriages grow strong and last for a lifetime.  Passions are usually born through suffering, and this passion for Tom was a result of his parents divorcing when he was 18. He decided when he got married that he would do all he could to keep our marriage alive regardless of the difficulties we would face. And his passion led to our Why.

  • We don’t do this for our own comfort, although a lasting marriage can become quite comfortable.
  • We don’t do this for others, although others benefit from our faithfulness to our marriage.
  • We don’t do this just to keep our vows, although our vows help us remember what we promised at the beginning.

We do this for God’s glory.

God created marriage. He made it a covenant where two become one flesh. He made it to be a reflection of His great and lasting love for His bride–the Church! This is our Why and it is so much bigger than the day to day struggles we face. It keeps us focused on a conviction when our emotions and circumstances may make our relationship feel numb and cold. 

So what is your WHY? Answer this and you may discover a secret to a marriage that not only survives, but thrives!

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Happy Hour

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It’s time to share with you some of our favorite blog posts from this past week. Take some time this weekend to check them out–your marriage will thank you! Have a blessed weekend.

Bonnie’s Oyster Bed

Gary Thomas’ Blog

Intimacy In Marriage

Life Travelers

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Great Valentine’s Idea for Less than $12

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You know I love Valentine’s Day. You know I love to surprise my husband. You know I love creative date ideas. I happened upon this blog at the recommendation of a friend, and I can’t tell you how much I love what was shared. This is brilliant!

Read it and be inspired!

Eleven Bucks Later, The Best Valentine’s Day Ever!

Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours. 

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Take H.E.A.R.T. My Love (Valentine’s Idea)


Valentines Schmalentines. So many people are anti Valentine’s Day–even my son who explained why to me this past weekend.

“I enjoy my wife everyday, not just one day a year because Hallmark or ProFlowers tells me to do so.”

I get that. No one wants to feel manipulated to express their love and devotion. But–if you already do this throughout the year–what’s one more day? I say, any opportunity to set aside time for each other is worth the effort. Just don’t buy a card if that’s not your thing. Boycotting Valentine’s Day? Not going to happen here! Romance happens to be my love language. 🙂 (NOTE: My son remembered that he doesn’t really boycott Valentine’s Day. He takes his two oldest daughters out on a date with Dad. I didn’t want you to get the wrong impression about him. He’s an awesome husband, dad and son.)

My husband says I’m a party waiting to happen. And it’s true; I love to celebrate just about anything, and this year we need it more than ever! Life can get so busy and/or complicated. Valentine’s Day is perfectly set 6 weeks after the holidays and by now we’re ready for some US time. This year is no exception. I believe Tom could use some extra TLC so this is what I plan to do…

TAKE HEART MY LOVE

Take Heart this Valentine’s Day. Five days leading up to Valentine’s Day do something special starting with that letter. Either buy (sorry Jason) or make 5 cards to give to your spouse, one each day starting this Friday. The first day would be the letter H, second day the letter E, and so on…

H – Half a dozen heart-shaped donuts to his work. You can write in your card things you appreciate about him/her that begin with the letter H, like hard worker, helps around the house, happy, honest, humble.

E – Expectations to a new level and drop hints of what you plan to do with him the next night. Use visuals or small gifts to build his expectations. It doesn’t have to be sexual, but then again… 😉 (E words to express to your love: experienced, excited, excellent _______?, encourager.

A – Action. Follow through on your promises from the night before. 🙂 (A words to express your love: attitude, able, accountable, accessable, approachable, available.

R – Retreat. Help him relax by having his favorite things ready when he gets home. It can include drinks, snacks, desserts, back rub, hot bath, whatever makes him happy. (R words to express your love: respectable, reserved, refined, relatable, really handsome/hot, robust.

T – Time together to Talk. Plan a nice candlelit dinner at home with conversation starters to help you talk about things others than work, kids, ministry and finances. You might remember what caused you to love each other so much in the first place. (T words to express your love: titillating, talkative, well-tempered.

I encourage you to tweak this idea and make it your own. After all it really is “ValenMINES Day”  Enjoy!

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A Time For Everything…

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Every marriage faces different seasons. Some you see coming and others take you by surprise with a phone call. Being aware of this helps us adjust when the winds change–rather than get blown away by the emotional roller coaster, we cling to each other holding on tight until the wind subsides.

Tom and I have been in such a season.

It began on October 25th when we got a phone call from a hospital in Belize. His Mom and Stepdad had been on a cruise when she fell and broke her hip. After being airlifted from Belize to Ft. Lauderdale, Tom had to leave right away in order to meet their arriving flight. He stayed with them until she had surgery and was released to travel back to Orlando via a non-emergency medical transportation service.

Suddenly all our plans were canceled and a new urgency was put on us–caring for his mom and stepdad. He was focused on them, and I was focused on him. Decisions were weighty and the waiting was numbing. Prayers were constant and God’s help never felt nearer. We took life one day at a time. We had no idea if this would be a short season or a long season, but we were confident in the One who knew. So we did what we had to do each day.

On Saturday, January 28th shortly before 10p. the winds stilled and his Mom took her last breath. The fight was over and she was at peace. One season ended and another one began–grieving the loss of someone whom we loved deeply and was our biggest fan.

I didn’t meet Tom’s mom until the week of our wedding in 1979. I was afraid it would be awkward and that she wouldn’t accept me. I couldn’t have been more wrong.  She loved me because her Tommy loved me, and anyone he loved she was sure to love as well.  I realized then I didn’t have a Mother-in-LAW. God had blessed me with a Mother-in-LOVE, and for almost four decades she has been gift to me.

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Tom has called her every morning for as long as I can remember. He honored her. He cared for her. He enjoyed sharing his moments with her no matter where we were, whether on a mountain top or standing by the sea. He included her in his joy.

She loved to cook and she was good at it too. She loved to see us well-fed and happy. I never tired of getting a call from her thanking me for loving her Tommy the way I do. In fact, I still have a voicemail on my phone with these words…

“I don’t want to forget to tell you this, and I’m forgetting a lot these days…thank you for sharing your Tommy with me today. I love you very much.”

I will miss her. Tom’s only sister is also a Debbie so she called her “My Debbie”, and I was affectionately called, “Tommy’s Debi”. I love the way she loved all of us, and our lives are the better for it.

I love you, Mom. Thank you for raising such a man who knows how to love deeply. I am grateful to God for you. You will be missed, especially in the mornings when Tom used to call you. But we will  never forget you or the influence you’ve had on our lives. We are better for it! Until we meet again, I remain…

Affectionately His,

Tommy’s Debi

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Part Two of our Daughter’s Story

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Where We’ve Been


We are well into 2017, yet our Christmas tree still stands decorated in our living room. We just returned from GA where we’ve been helping our daughter since Christmas. 

Rather than write out the details of all that we’ve been through the last two weeks, we thought you’d like to hear it from her. Tracy started a blog this last year titled, ChooseJoy365, and we are thrilled to say the least. We love the way she writes, and we pray you will as well!

Part One: My Hysterectomy Story

A hysterectomy at 32. It is not something you really associate with women that age. But for me, it has been on my mind since I was 20. My doctor told me at the young age I would be “begging for a hysterectomy by 30″…I laughed at him. I thought to myself that a hysterectomy was only for people with cancer or wimps who cannot handle pain and I clearly was not one of them. I am a fighter, after all my name means: brave, warrior, fighter and courageous. Learning how to push through the pain was just a part of me I had learned how to accept. It was a challenge, but I thrive on challenge. At least I thought I was thriving…. (Continue reading)

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20 Practical Romantic Resolutions For The Unromantic Husband


Here we are at the start of a new year and everyone either embraces resolutions or runs from them as fast as they can. I get that. It seems resolutions set us up to fail, especially when what we set out to do is out of our reach, like losing 100 lbs. when we struggle to say no to our favorite treat. Or working out everyday when we haven’t been to the gym once in years.

Resolutions require something before they can succeed and that is a heart that wants to change and a mind willing to join forces to help the heart accomplish what it desires.

Romance is no different. To provide resolutions on romancing your spouse when you have neglected romantic gestures is simply unrealistic. But what if you desire it but your husband isn’t interested?  There is help for you to change.

We suggest you start with small acts of kindnesses. 

If your husband resists the idea of romance or rolls his eyes thinking it’s corny, we’re pretty sure he’ll enjoy the special attention this challenge will provide.

Below are 20 Romantic Ideas. Do one each week for five months and see if it doesn’t change the climate of your marriage and home.

  1. Purpose to only encourage your husband and take your complaints to God in prayer.
  2. Send your husband an encouraging or funny card “just because” to his work address.
  3. Plan time for him to go do something he has been wanting to do. Make all the arrangements and share it with him a few days before so he can anticipate it.
  4. Do one thing around the house for a week. Make it something he dreads doing.
  5. Anticipate his appetite and prepare a treat for him without him asking.
  6. Pay attention to what your husband says listening for things he wants or needs. Then do what you can to meet it.
  7. Spend time doing something your husband enjoys.
  8. Be quick to notice his strengths and express your gratitude for them.
  9. Compliment him in public – either in front of friends or your children. Make sure it’s sincere.
  10. Scratch his back or rub his shoulders while watching TV.
  11. Let him see you naked without him asking. Better yet flash him when he least expects it. 😊
  12. Organize his closet.
  13. Have his car detailed.
  14. Have lunch from a favorite place delivered to his work.
  15. Send him a text before he leaves work telling him to meet you for a drink somewhere on his commute home.
  16. Do something to make him smile–this one will vary, but you should know your husband well enough on this one.
  17. Find a movie on TV that he’s been wanting to see and record it for him. Make a special snack and set him up for a night at the movies.
  18. Purpose to give him eye-contact when he is talking to you for an entire week.
  19. Ask him what one thing that you do is of most importance to him, then purpose to make sure it is done consistently.
  20. Keep his laundry clean and organized.
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Keeping It Real This New Year…

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I want to post something because it’s been awhile since I have. But my reserves are low and my motivation even more so. We have been caught in the middle of many situations requiring our constant attention. It has divided our time to the place where we can barely connect with each other, let alone others with whom God has placed in our lives.

I don’t want to burden you with our struggles. We all have them. But what I do want you to know is that we still are committed to helping marriages grow stronger. Even though my keyboard has been silent, there isn’t a day that I’m not asking God if there is something He would have me share with you.

This season for us matches the weather outside–it’s gray, cold and dreary. We know the sun will shine again, but for now we’re doing what we need to do for us and for those to whom we are responsible.

Happy New Year, and thank you for understanding our lack of attention lately. If you think about us, we’d appreciate your prayers as we continue down this road.

Until next time…

 

 

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Christmas In Review


I know we still have two days left before the day is here. But I wanted to plant this idea in your mind now, so maybe you’ll remember to come back to this post next week. Please?

What I’d like is for the comments on this post to be filled with fresh inspiration of what you did specifically to make this Christmas special. 

I have shared my romantic ideas with you for years, and now it’s time for you to do the same for the benefit and blessing of others. In fact, I got my idea for Tom’s gift this year from a friend on Instagram. Thank you @dailymaintained. 😊

Honestly I didn’t think his gift would be much this year (as far as special goes) because we have been needed extensively in caring for his mom following an emergency surgery. And that’s ok because we wouldn’t have it any other way. But because someone was willing to share their idea it helped me get over the hump of the large looming question, “what can I do?”

If your spouse doesn’t read our blog, feel free to comment now with what you are giving or doing for your spouse this year. If they do read it, then please come back next week and share with us. Your idea may be the needed inspiration for someone in need. 

Merry Christmas to you and yours. 

Remember “Every day is a gift that’s why it’s called the PRESENT!”

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Thirsty For Romance

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Date nights can become routine, and during the Christmas season they can become non-existent. Why not plan something special this week while you’re out shopping together?

Romantic Tip for this week is to include our Mall Date Night idea we shared on The Generous Wife blog. It won’t take long, but the memory you’ll share will last forever. 

In case you’ve missed our other romantic tips for the week you can see them all here:

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Keeping It Real This Christmas–Can You Relate?

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My house is a mess. I am decorating for Christmas, but there are demands keeping me from finishing it all at once.

Oh sure, I’ve posted photos on Instagram zoomed in where it appears my home is picture perfect, but it’s not. It may not ever be this year.

Marriage can give the same impression.

We can present ourselves to others in a way leaving an impression that just isn’t real. We all have messes because anything worth doing is going to make a mess in the process! Consider…

  • A messy season of decorating and preparation precedes the wedding day.
  • Lots of hair clippings and foils precede a new hairstyle.
  • Dirty kitchen utensils, appliances and counters precede a perfect holiday meal.
  • And hurts and disappointments can be at the forefront of healthy marriages. What make some grow stronger and others break apart is how they handle the mess.

Tom and I are facing some challenges right now that could bring division. But we’re talking, we’re sharing, we’re disclosing our hurts and disappointments with each other. Not to place blame or accusation, but to make sure the mess isn’t in vain.

Imagine if when decorating your home for Christmas you never put any of the storage boxes away or cleaned up? Needles and glitter settles all over everything and this takes time to sweep up. What if the the mess became the focus and not the tree or the mantle?  This is what we do when we refuse to talk with each other about our current struggles. We wallow in it like a pig in his pen.

In the midst of this intense season, I’ve said some things I regret. Can you relate? When I realized how my words had hurt Tom I felt genuine remorse for my lack of kindness and love. As I was sharing how sorry I was that he had to put up with me and my sin, his response to me was astonishing!

He said, “Debi, I chose you and I still do!”

It took my breath away to hear it when we first got engaged, but it means so much more to me now. He has seen me at my worst and loves me still. He.still.chooses.me!

What mess are you facing in your relationship? Are you facing it together to clean it up? Or are you wallowing in it as if made to live this way? It may be time to sweep up the mess. There is a beautiful reality found in marriage when we don’t hide the mess, but deal with it as it comes.

To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that he might be glorified.”

‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭61:3‬ ‭KJV‬‬

 

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(S)Elf On The Shelf


Our daughter sent us a photo on the first of December. It’s of their little elf who had brought hot chocolate for their 4 children to enjoy when they 2 woke up. It’s a cute tradition many young families have adopted to bring fun and encourage anticipation of the celebration we call Christmas.

Elf on the Shelf–He has become quite popular.

However, not all holidays are filled with such laid back fun. Our Christmas is requiring us to step up the care of Tom’s mom who broke her hip in October. It has been a challenging season knowing what is best for her and how I can best help Tom in the process. I have found myself struggling to do what’s normal as opposed to what’s needed. 

As I was praying this morning I felt the Lord encourage me to put my “self” on the shelf! In other words, lay aside MY plans to take care of Tom’s needs. He needs me to walk this road with him, and I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.

What about you? In what way is God asking you to put your “self” on the shelf in order to love and serve your spouse? 

Let’s do our best to do our best for the sake of our relationship. We may need to ask God to help us make this decision. I get that. It’s not easy saying no to self, especially when what is on your calendar is just as important to you. But this is what love is.

“Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.”

‭‭John‬ ‭15:13‬ ‭ESV‬‬

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Thirsty For Romance

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Many of us wait until January to make those New Year resolutions, but what if we were to change this mindset? What if we were to purpose to end 2016 well giving us a head start on 2017?

If you could make resolutions for your marriage what would they be?

Most likely romance would be included in your list. We all tend to fall short of what we desired or expected when it comes to being intentional in our pursuit of each other. This is why I believe our Romantic Christmas Ideas are getting so many hits. Check them out for yourself under the Only Husbands and Only Wives tabs at the top of our site.

Your weekly romantic tip for this week is to pick one way to make a romantic memory and do it before next Thursday.  Have fun looking through our list. Here’s a hint: think of one of your spouse’s favorite things and incorporate it someway to communicate your love.

Only 24 days to Christmas, make them count!

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Romantic Advent Calendar

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Christmas is coming and it’s easy for our marriage to take a backseat to all the shopping and family outings. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Spend a few minutes now to plan some romance into your month in order to bless your spouse. This is a great way to keep this year from being like all the others.

There are 25 days leading up to Christmas starting on December 1st. Why not make a list of your spouse’s 25 favorite things to do, eat or watch? Then give them one a day to let them know that giving to them is one of your favorite things!

Here are a few “favorite things” ideas:

Beverage, candy, movie tickets, video games, karaoke night, dancing, fire pit s’mores, favorite friends over for game night, caroling, volunteering at his favorite charity, going to a professional sports game, concerts, worship night, prayer meeting, bookstore, coffee shop…you get the idea.

Let’s be intentionally romantic this Christmas and make our spouse a priority on our to-do list. Your marriage is worth it!

I found some cute ideas on Pinterest for presenting your daily advent reveal. Check them out on our page here.

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Fighting For Thanks When You Don’t Feel Thankful


It’s that time of year again when everyone is talking about giving thanks to God for your lot in life. Well, what if you’re just not thankful?

I get it. 

Sometimes our life doesn’t look anything like we hoped it would. The Bible even reminds us that “hope deferred makes the heart sick.”

Is your heart sick this Thanksgiving? If so, do you feel sidelined by all the meaningful commercials showing how special we’re supposed to feel?

God knows and better than this, He understands

We recently heard an amazing message on the suffering of Job that has transformed how we view disappointment and heartache. God keeps count of every tossing and every tear. He is quite aware of what causes us pain. And He weeps with us like He did Mary when her brother, Lazarus had died. Even though Jesus knew He was about to fix it all–He paused to weep with her. He never makes light of our suffering–EVER!

Tell Him your struggles. Be honest about your disappointments. He can handle it. Lamentations is full of such prayers. Are you comfortable praying out of your heartbreak? God wants those prayers because they are honest. He never wants us to put on pretenses with Him.

This Thanksgiving don’t put on the Norman Rockwell face as if all is right in your world if it isn’t. Give God your heartfelt struggles–He’s God; He can handle it. Then watch how He comforts you in your time of need.

This may just be the year when your thanks is sincere because you’ve discovered how far reaching His sustaining grace is towards you. Just don’t pretend to be something you’re not. The only person you’re fooling is yourself. 

It’s better by far to choose honesty and let God receive the glory for the mercy and grace He extends in our time of need.

From our home to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!

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Thirsty For Romance

 

thursday-logoWe are one week away from the day we set aside to give thanks to God and to those we love for what they mean to us all throughout the year.

Our spouse is by far the best and closest friend we have, at least that’s how they should be to us. If you flinched when you read that, we encourage you to take these tips even more seriously. Why not use this holiday season to express your gratefulness to them in a way they won’t soon forget.

Romantic Tip: Give some thought to the ways your spouse blesses you in ordinary ways; The things you would miss if they were no longer here. Make a list and be as specific as possible. Then share one a day with your spouse between now and next Thursday. You can text it to them, email it to them, call them on the phone, leave a note or do a variety of these throughout the week. They are sure to be blessed hearing how they have blessed you. 

If you have trouble thinking of ideas, check out this list of 99 Reasons to Be Thankful For Your Husband.

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Thirsty For Romance

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I don’t know about you, but this past month has been quite difficult for us. And the election was only a small part of it. We’ve dealt with health issues–our own and those of people we love. We’ve had a busy schedule that has separated us from doing the things we love together. And we’ve discovered some of our friends are hurting and we had no clue.

Life is hard. Isn’t it selfish to think about romancing your spouse, to plan something special for just the two of you to enjoy when others are hurting? No! It’s because life is hard that we must do this–we need it!

Romance softens the blows we experience from life in a fallen world.

It strengthens the ties that bind us together as one. It helps us keep our head above the waves of adversity. And it encourages your spouse to face the difficulty rather than succumb to it.

Romantic Tip for this week is to find a way to make your spouse laugh. There are lots of funny clips from movies available on You Tube that you can copy the link and text it to your spouse. Or find a good movie you haven’t watched in a long time and enjoy it together.

This is one of my favorite funny scenes of all time:

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