I’ve been nagging my son. And I’m not repentant … at all.
He’s seriously dating a gal and he needs to ask many, many questions. Every time I see him I remind him to ask more questions. You need to learn as much as you can about that other person before you pop the question.
The truth is, the need to learn about that special person never goes away, even after the “I do’s.” There’s always more to learn and people change over time (so you need to keep asking to stay current).
Nag, nag, nag: ask your husband a few questions.
Stuck on what to ask him? Try A Year of Questions for You and Your Spouse (free download).
A prudent question is one-half of wisdom. Francis Bacon
Assume Love: Woohoo! A Great Example of Assume Love I love how this story makes about a bazillion points on how to work through arguments and differences.
To Love, Honor and Vacuum: Joy, Creativity, and Passion: Are They Part of Your Life? Great post on putting some balance and fun in your life.
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