Grab paper and pen and list the things for which you are grateful. Take as long as you need. Let the goodness in your life settle into your thinking.
Be sure to spend some time considering your husband and how he adds good to your life. (I’m grateful for my husband’s sense of humor, his hugs, his honesty, his amazing rhubarb pies …)
Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom. Marcel Proust
(in)courage: Slow To Anger: Is It Really Possible? This works in the marriage relationship too. The power of “chill”!
Assume Love: Cleaning Out My File Cabinet Dealing with unmet expectations.
The Forgiven Wife: What Did I Know, and When Did I Know It? The process of growing up.