Suggestions Help Love Grow
Support Something They Want
This is a question every couple should ask themselves everyday for the rest of their life. And when you do this thinking, think about how things went yesterday and find one little changes you can make. And maybe it's a simple thing like putting your coffee cup in the dishwasher or giving your spouse a back rub or ask if you can help with something. Life is just full of things to do. And some of things will greatly improve the quality of your love partner.
Lets Look at Bedding
For example before starting to write this article I watched my wife all day and payed good attention to what she does and gathered some ideas that I thought might be of help to her. She told me months ago she wanted to change the bedroom and one of her thoughts was to change the covering on the bed. I noticed a sale at Kohl's on bedding stuff and suggested we go there because I needed some casual shirts for the visit with my son in Michigan. I didn't mention the fact that my real goal was to help her move towards changing things in the bedroom. And it worked out great for both of us. I got some shirts and she a bed set package at fifty percent off, plus having me present she got an additional ten percent senior reduction. Being more aged does have some benefits. I like my life and look forward to life everyday. There is always something new to learn or experience.
How About Lowe's?
After my love put the new bed stuff on then she noticed the window shades didn’t match; I suggested Lowe's and off we went to purchase new shades and promptly put them up when we got home.
Then on the weekend we had family members over and they the girls approved of her changes and thought they might do something similar.
We All Need Encouragement
I could tell I did a good thing, because she's always making my life better by suggesting things to me. So everyday from now on I’m going to do or say something that helps my love find more enjoyment in her life. That’s how I feel and I’m sticking to it.
Don L. Terrill
The Marriage Guru
photo by Boris van Hoytema
Posted by Don L. Terrill at 8:20 AM