At every party there are two kinds of people – those who want to go home and those who don’t. The trouble is, they are usually married to each other. Ann Landers
We all laugh at this because we see a bit of our own marriage in it. Just be aware of your differences during the holiday season and cut your spouse some slack. If you are the party animal, don’t keep him out to all hours of the morning and if you are the “let’s go home” introvert, stretch a bit and stay a little longer than usual so your husband can enjoy the party.
Links to blog posts that stood out to me this last week:
(Time to vote for a finalist – TGW made the list, thanks to y’all!)
VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE MARRIAGE BLOG FINALIST!!!
Marriage Gems: Can You Show Love With a Sticky Note
The Dating Divas: The Spouse Christmas Countdown
Black & Married With Kids: Five Moods to Know to Ensure a Happy Home
Journey to Surrender: More on Thinking, Being and Doing
The Confident Mom: Mothers are the Mortar
Project M: The Power of Seduction
God Centered Marriage Get Organized: Bedroom
Be generous! Lori <><