I know the pain of a love that has died into a smoldering coal. . . and I know the joy of that love being rekindled and bursting into a passionate flame of love again – a stronger, more mature, more perfect, more intimate love.
You might think I’m spoiled, but I say I am cherished. I used to long for a time when my husband would value me, appreciate me, consider me his utmost prize . . . and now he does. What happened? Well, I learned a thing or two, put it into practice, and I must be doing something right! At least he thinks so! And I’m willing to share my secrets!
Do you have a friend who might need to be reminded to celebrate today, even if she’s not expecting roses, or who might get a chuckle from the post? Then, click on the ‘envelope’ icon at the bottom of 3 Reasons You Can Celebrate Valentines Day Without Roses and email this encouraging note to her. [...]
Here are three things you can do every day to make sure you get roses next Valentines Day! The beauty of marriage, is that even though it is comprised of two people, it is a covenant, where two become one. Change can occur when only one party moves.
Do you want to a guaranteed way to make sure he thinks about you today? Find a way to let him know what is waiting for him tonight!