This week look for an opportunity to give your husband a thoughtful gift.
That sounds a bit generic, but realize that your husband is unique. What is thoughtful to him may not be thoughtful to my guy, so we have to be students of our sweeties, learn them well enough to know what will bless them or not.
If your guy is watching his diet, buying him some low cal treats may be the ticket. Perhaps your guy needs encouragement, so a note in his lunch is just the pick-me-up that he needs. Maybe your guy needs a laugh to brighten his day, so buy him a funny card. Deliver a cup of his favorite coffee to his workplace, leave the latest copy of a hobby magazine by his bedside or bake those yummy cookies that he loves so much.
The idea is to bless your sweetie with a gift. Know him and bless him.
May no gift be too small to give, nor too simple to receive, which is wrapped in thoughtfulness, and tied with love. L.O. Baird
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