My thought for the night

I’m not an expert on men, but I do have a husband who’s a pretty good communicator and with whom I am learning to communicate better with each day. The longer I’ve been married the more I realize how important it is to speak words of affirmation to him. As well as when I speak about him to others, never say too much, and never speak down about him, ever. I dont’ mean that you can’t talk to an older woman about your struggles, asking for advice on how to be a better wife, that is different.

My husband is gracious, he’s loving, patient, a hard worker, generous, selfless, he encourages me to persue my wants at the cost of his wishes at times. My man makes sure that I am happy and that our kids are happy. He’s a loving father, a gentleman, a teacher, a great listener. He’s everything I would ever want in a man and more. Honey, I love you so much more today than I did the day I married you. I love you with all of my being, thank you for being the best man for me.

To all you other wives out there, don’t forget to tell your man he’s the best and why, until it makes him blush! He deserves it, even if you don’t feel like it today, it might be just the thing you both need. :)

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2 Responses to My thought for the night

  1. Kelley says:

    Hi Jenni,
    I could not have said that better. Randy is working 7 days a week 14 hour days, in Everett(he is on day 40!)!! So he walks through the door sits down I hand him dinner (sometimes it is just a big bowl of ice cream) he talks with me and the kids,when he is finished he is off to bed to start again the next morning (3:45 am). He is such a Mighty Man of Valour he walks through the door with exceeding JOY everyday asking me first “how was your day?” What a houseband I love him!!
    Happy Fathers Day Chris and thank you for allowing your wife to “feel” not only “know” that she is loved. Kelley

  2. Jenni says:

    Wow, that’s a lot of work! Sometimes I am amazed at how men can just work and work and get no breaks at times. In those seasons I find myself praying a lot more for him that God will give him supernatural strength to get through this season with joy. Thanks Kelley for you and Randy’s example. You are such a blessing! Tell Randy happy father’s day too!

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