Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Love letters

Remember a few weeks ago I posted about my husband who loves me very much. Well, he's done it again. Here's a letter he wrote me last week...

Stacey,
I know I don't have tell you, but I want to. I seldom write you notes anymore, so here goes. You are so incredible. I don't know how you do everything: raise our boys, keep the house up, do daycare, stay in touch with everyone, work at church. Holy Cow - no wonder you get tired sometimes. Plus, I am always amazed at how you bargain shop. I've bragged about that to more than one person. And I know if I have a problem, you always have a different perspective that opens my eyes and I say "Why couldn't I see that?" If it wasn't for you, my life would be dull and uneventful. You make me laugh, you make me smile, you brighten my day. I don't deserve you = and yet there you are waiting for me everyday when I come home from work. I love working with you. I love living with you. I love being with you. I just love you!
Jeff


Doesn't that just melt your heart? Isn't he so sweet??

7 comments:

theresa said...

Awwww! You're making me all teary eyed! What a great catch you have!!

Aunt Julie said...

How GREAT is that?!!!
So exciting to watch relationships grow in God's love & grace. He is Super!!!!
When ever you have one of those rough days - pull that one back out and read it often!!!!!!!

Tina said...

I am so impressed...I say you should keep him. :)

Lauren said...

Yep he is definitely a keeper!

Kelley said...

You know it's a happy marriage when BOTH OF YOU believe you're the lucky one!

It's heartwarming to read about you both bragging on each other (instead of nagging on each other) -- so rare in our world anymore.

Kate said...

Awww, that right there is what it's all about! :)

Susie said...

I love that guy! I remember long talks with Jeff when you two were first falling in love. Bless his heart, he was trying so hard to understand you. I think he finally decided to give up "understanding" and just "accept" you as a gift from God. Boy, am I glad he did!
Mom