May 11, 2012
A while back, I attempted to send an ecard to your email address. You never got it. I decided to try again. Here‘s the card I sent.
I searched and searched that site for a manly greeting card, but couldn’t find one. So, the animated bee you’ll find when you hit the above link will have to do. I’m sure you don’t mind.
I did personalize the card, though I can’t now remember what I put. Anyway, if you don’t get this one in your email, at least you have the link to it here. I’ll even give you a new personalized greeting (and since I couldn’t find a manly card, I’m going to simply embrace the cheese):
Thanks for beeing mine!
PS: It will be an embarrassing day when the guys find out about this blog.
PPS: Click on the bee. It’s animated.
November 12, 2011
Last night, I wrote a different note of encouragement on each of 5 note cards, then stuck/hid those cards in different places around the house. Here are the five notes: (1) “You’re beautiful,” (2) “I’m so glad I married you,” (3) “God loves you,” (4) “You’re a wonderful, godly woman,” and (5) “I love you.” I taped (1) to the bathroom mirror because I want you to see yourself as beautiful as you read the note. Also, I want you to see it every morning when you get ready so you can go about your day knowing your husband thinks you’re beautiful. Okay, there’s one more reason: when I get ready in the morning, I want to pretend that the note’s written to me. (2) is in the spice cabinet. I want to say I put it there because marrying you spiced up my life. Although you do spice things up, the cabinet just looked like a good hiding spot. I placed (3) in the towel closet. Again, I had no particular reason for placing (3) there. Although, God loves you even when you need a towel. You’ll find (4) taped to the coffee in the freezer. (5) I put somewhere in the house; but honestly, I can’t remember where. It might still be there as you’re reading this a year from now.
October 13, 2011
This time, I did a very simple act: I wrote “I love you” on a piece of paper, dated it, and put it in your bra drawer. In the past, you complained about how little I tell you I love you. Perhaps your complaint has merit. I can say that I tell you I love you ever time you do. However, I don’t tell you very often without your initiation. That needs to change. But perhaps showing you I love you is worth something?