How do I let go?
My conversation in the elevator this morning.
I've always had a block when writing a book. People keep telling me, you need to write a book - in relation to marriage. I think so too, but I had one thing I had to do first: write a book to only my wife. Yesterday, I gave it to her. She loved it! Now … Continue reading The Book
Good morning, my Love. You seemed a little lonely, so I just wanted to come over to your side and make sure you knew you were all right... because I like what I see... I just thought maybe... we could... spend a little time together. Hold hands... Take a little walk... Y' know what I … Continue reading Words of the Bridegroom
When I look back... at the thrilling things in life - experiences, adventures, trials, and so on - I remember most vividly the firsts: First crush. First time driving the tractor. First time plowing the fields without my dad supervising. First time driving. First Kiss. First... But the one that I can still feel in … Continue reading Hand in hand
A Navy buddy of mine posted this meme and, although funny and true, I also see a need for guys—especially those who are pre-marriage age—to learn they don't have to fear this... After almost 22 years, I now invite my Love to vent and willingly absorb her anger and frustrations because it's my role to … Continue reading The man who listens to an angry woman…
One of my many jobs is managing parts and accessories... for our customers and I do a monthly inventory/reconciliation. This is a solitary time as I am locked up in a secure room. All. By. Myself. Alone. With my coffee. Glorious. Inventory tends to be detail oriented work, but surprisingly, once you get going, there … Continue reading Inventory Day thoughts