For the month of February, I am sprinkling a series of relationship/ dating blogs in honor of my five year wedding anniversary. I’m beginning with one I wrote a year or two ago and decided to update.
I wish a camera could briefly hone in on our real-life fairytale. Not for show, but for inspiration and proof that love can be pure, love can be fun, and love can be genuine.
Dear husband, I remember the very first email you sent me. It was simple, yet sweet; sweet enough for me to wonder immediately after if you would be my last first date.
Dear husband, I love when we pray together.
Dear husband, you get on my nerves sometimes. At times, I want to punch you in the face, but more than anything, I just want to make up with you because I hate it when we fight.
Dear husband, I know I get on your nerves too and drive you crazy often. Thank you for loving me anyway.
Dear husband, I love how incredible of a father you are. I always knew you would be, but to see you interact with our son is the most priceless gift.
Dear husband, thank you for filling our home with laughter and laughing at my corny jokes.
Dear husband, thank you for letting me be my goofy, awkward self which I’ve never been entirely comfortable showing anybody until now.
Dear husband, thank you for breaking out in dance for no reason, especially when there’s no music.
Dear husband, I love seeing you fix things around the house and the joy you have with updating our home to a smart home. It is the sexiest thing in the world to see you exit the attic dirtied with sawdust, and particle board.
Dear husband, thank you for being positive and listening intently to my most vulnerable thoughts after the miscarriages and reminding me God has a perfect plan.
Dear husband, I love the times we play together and stay up late talking about any and everything.
Dear husband, I love our family and what we have together.
Dear husband, I believe in your dreams and will do everything in my power to help make them a reality.
Dear husband, thank you for making me feel safe: spiritually, emotionally, and financially.
Dear husband, I look forward to growing old with you, living out our dreams, and checking off our bucket list together.
Dear husband, I love being YOUR wife
Dear husband, I hope when you read this that it will make you smile again. : ) (You just did, didn’t you? haha!)
Dear husband, I love you more than I did yesterday and I hope to love you more tomorrow than I do today.
Happy Five year Anniversary!
Your best friend and partner in crime,