I am so excited to welcome Lauren Moye as a guest poster today! She blogs at Chaotic Life of Lauren, and she is sharing with you how she inspired her own husband to do great things- without nagging him! That is such a difficult thing to do! She has some great tips, so please leave her an encouraging comment below!
To my sweet husband,
I know you probably get tired of hearing me complain on days like this.
Some days I just wake up, look in the mirror, and realize how disgusted I am with myself. The way I look, the way I talk, and the way I dress just repulses me at times. I ramble on about how my pants are too tight, my face is broken out, and my hair just won’t do what I want it to do. I complain about my failures and tell you how I’m a horrible wife whose house isn’t spotless or even remotely clean for that matter. I don’t always have everything together. I get lazy and run behind on things. I don’t always love you like I should and that burns me to my core.
My husband and I have always felt connected as one, even before we were married.
During our dating years, we were not one physically, but we always felt like the same person emotionally and spiritually. For the most part, we always think the same way. He knows what I’m going to say before I even say it. I know what he is going to do before he even does it. We have the same values, same goals, same style, and same outlook on life. We just click, and we always have. We strongly believe that when God was creating us, He made us specifically for each other.
Are you struggling with forgiveness? I know how firsthand how hard that can be. Learn how to forgive from my experiences.
My husband and I are completely addicted to a TV show on Netflix called Once Upon A Time.
Anyone who knows us knows that we are complete Disney freaks. We absolutely love the classics like Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, and Cinderella.