Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Bits and Pieces and Marriage Advice

I am going on vacation tomorrow to Hilton Head, South Carolina, for 4 days. I am looking forward to it with hopes that no hurricances (particularly Ivan) will come close.

Andrew Jones celebrated his birthday and made some Comments about Me (Dan). Yes, I have been married almost as long as he has been born. Just think, maybe Andrew is a long lost son.

I have appreciated the feedback from many of you. Continue writing when you have the chance. My friend Richard sent this advice for someone married for 37 years like us:

Thoughts for those married 37 years:
1. Don't forget your Anniversary.
2. Buy your wife an Anniversary gift.
3. Watch a sunrise or go for a walk in the moonlight.
4. Don't smoke cigars.
5. Smile.
6. Go Bowling.
7. Be your wife's Best Friend.
8. Go Grocery shopping for your wife but not when you are hungry.
9. Hug your wife and mean it.
10. Go on a Trip.
11. Love your wife and give her reasons to Love you.
12. Be a better man today than you were yesterday.
13. Look through your scrapbook together.
14. Listen always and know when to be quiet.
15. Read Scripture in the Morning.
16. Look forward to your 38th Anniversary.



At 10:30 AM, Blogger Christy said...

I like tip # 11.

At 12:25 AM, Anonymous Marriage Counselors said...

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