Day 18


How blessed is the man who finds wisdom, and the man who gains understanding.
-Proverbs 3:13

Prepare a special dinner at home, just for the two of you. The dinner can be as nice as you prefer. Focus this time on getting to know your spouse better, perhaps in areas you've rarely talked about. Determine to make it an enjoyable evening for you and your mate.

Oh, how I LOVE having dinner with just my awesome hubby. This is one dare that truly is a challenge. It's a rare occasion for us. And when we do get the chance, we're usually talking about Mason and missing him. That little munchkin has us tied around his little finger. It's hard to believe there was a time when we had other things to talk about. He is a part of us now and I'm so glad I have Brad next to me.


Eyeglasses & Endzones said...

That is soo nice! I love dinners away. It is very rare for us to just focus on each other but I am making more of an attempt lately {Hence less blogging}

Darcie said...

Very important, and fun! I remember someone telling me that I had to cherish my relationship with my husband even when busy with kids, because one day our kids will move on and we don't want to be left with a stranger beside us. That thought alone has always encouraged me.

Mich said...

Enjoy the time...

I so understand how hard it can be.

Cathy said...

Dinner dates are so nice. Hubby and I got to do it last Friday. As our girls are getting older, it's happening a little more often for us now. For so many years it was rare. We are loving it.

Andrea said...

Blessings and hugs,

Hannah said...

That is such a great way to reconnect. I am just getting time to REALLY check out your blog and I love it! I love to cook and bake too so I am excited to try some of your recipes :)