I Stopped Saying “I’m Sorry” To My Wife, And You Should Too --- Communication is an essential part of any successful relationship and marriage is no exception. Normally, I tend to recognize communication elements that I need to add to how I communicate with my wife. But sometimes, it’s just as imp… Read More Here http://husbandrevolution.com/i-stopped-saying-im-sorry-to-my-wife-and-you-should-toostopped-saying-two-words-wife/ #marriage #love
People sometimes ask me how I ‘do it all’. My answer is ‘I don’t’. Not at all. As you will see, I am blessed to have an equal partner on this journey. Someone who has always seen it as his … Continue reading →
I Stopped Saying "I'm Sorry" To My Wife, And You Should Too
My sister-in-laws bathroom countertop was getting a little crowded and mentioned to my wife that she wanted to buy a corner shelf. My wife then proceeded to tell her that I could build one for her one. So yup, you guessed it. I built one at Tech Shop http://techshop.ws.
Wild Bill and Frank John Hughes <3 "Over the years Bill has taught me so much about being a better father, husband, citizen and man. He has become like a grandfather to me and my wife and a great-grandfather to my son who has been fortunate enough to learn his history from the mouths of the men who made it. Bill is fond of the phrase 'A man is never bigger than when he bends to help a child'. He lives that quote" - Frank John Hughes p. 284 Brothers in Battle-Best of Friends by Bill…
A newly revealed, centuries-old papyrus fragment suggests that some early Christians might have believed Jesus was married. The fragment, written in Coptic, a language used by Egyptian Christians, says in part, "Jesus said to them, 'My wife ..." Harvard Divinity School Professor Karen King announced the findings of the 1 1/2- by 3-inch honey-colored fragment on Tuesday in Rome at the International Association for Coptic Studies.
The Ghost On The Bridge “My wife and I visited Monet’s garden at Giverny in 2002 and as true tourists took photographs of each other on the bridge over the lily pond. After waiting for the bridge to be more or less clear of other people I took 2 photos of my wife, one with a conventional film camera the other with a digital camera ( these within moments of each other).On processing the pictures we were amazed to see a figure of a woman,apparently standing next to my wife, on the digital…