Source: happywivesclub.com via Romantic Marriage on Pinterest Love this quote from the Happy Wives Club. Great reminder that if you’re frustrated today not to throw in the towel and say, “its better to have loved and lost,” but to hold on tighter and keep on loving.
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Source: alexandani.com via Ieva on Pinterest So, so true. What little thing can you do today to make it a better one for your spouse?
Source: Uploaded by user via Hannah on Pinterest Although I share a lot of my thoughts on the blog every week, I am at heart a very private person, which is why I picked this quote to share this week. I am fortunate to have someone who understands that “quiet” part of me. That [...]
Source: Uploaded by user via Ashley on Pinterest Each week, I post a “Pinterest pick of the week” with a little piece of marriage advice to take with you through your week. Seeing this cute wedding idea inspired me to turn the tables and ask all of my married friends out there—what’s the best [...]
Source: favfamilyrecipes.com via Vanessa on Pinterest I’ve been on a hunt to find something different and inexpensive to do this weekend since we’re budgeting and trying to keep my birthday weekend low-key. There are some pretty cool ideas in this one. I like the idea of the 20 questions dinner. The concept is [...]
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Source: octoberink.com via Jayne on Pinterest I love this free Valentine’s Day printable from October Ink. My husband wakes up way too early in the morning during the week for this. I’m not thinking about breakfast in bed, or anything else, at 4:30 a.m. But maybe I’ll make up for it this weekend. The good [...]
Source: hostingstuff.com via Nicole on Pinterest Enough said.
Source: theamateurwriter.com via Aja on Pinterest Beautiful reminder to stop treating what we want to last forever like it’s “everyday.”
I love this one from Pinterest. A reminder that it really is the little things. Source: erospainter.tumblr.com via Aja on Pinterest What little thing does your spouse do that leaves you at a loss for words (in a good way!)?