Writing a Love Letter to my Husband & Literacy Musing Mondays Link-up

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I have been a little (ok a lot) aggravated at my husband the last couple days.

I was at the store the other day looking for graduation cards. I came across some of the relationship cards ( I guess that is what you call them), I thought about how I use to send Andy cards all the time when we were dating and first married. I saw those I thought that it had been a very long time since I had done that. Seeing those I remembered I had read something about writing love letters to your Husband (It has been a while and I can’t remember where I read it,) and it reminded me I had wanted to write a love letter, but wait I am not I am not real happy with him right now so never mind, but then it kind of hit me that this is the perfect time to write the love letter. Because to make it a good letter I would have to think of the reasons I feel in love with him in the first place, and put away the thoughts and reasons why I was so upset with him. So when I got home I sat down and wrote a love letter to my Husband. By the time I got done I wasn’t so aggravated at him anymore.

Even though he aggravates me occasional lol. He is still the love of my life and I guess I need to remind him and myself of that once in a while.

We all need to remember to remind the ones we love, that we love them no matter what. I think sometimes we just take it for granted that they know, but it is nice to remind them once in a while. Even when we are aggravated with them, probably even more so then.

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4 thoughts on “Writing a Love Letter to my Husband & Literacy Musing Mondays Link-up

  1. Carol

    I’m glad that you shared your choice to write a love letter. It has been a while since I have done that, but a great thought. When we remember to be thankful, remembering all the strong points of our husbands, we experience joy.

  2. Katy SkipTheBag

    What a nice idea to write a letter to your husband. It’s always good to be reminded of why you fell in love, especially when they are aggravating! Thanks for sharing on the Waste Less Wednesday Blog Hop!

  3. Jann Olson

    Good for you for being the better person and acknowledging that he is the love of your life! Letter writing is becoming a lost art. Never thought to write my hubby a love letter in years. He has a birthday coming up soon. Think I’ll give it a whirl. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  4. Debbie Kitterman

    Oh, I so get how you have been feeling – my husband is the love of my life too – has been since i was 15 – and yet he can aggravate me like no other. lol Hi – I like how you define adventure outside the norm of what others might think of adventure being. I think yo each of us adventure looks different. For someone afraid to leave there home – adventure looks like stepping outside their front door. .. Love the phrase – rather adventuresome too! 🙂 Blessings and thanks for linking up with #TuneInThursday last week – hope to see you tomorrow.