Family Sunday dinner complete with Mom’s cooking and red candles.
Chocolate hearts for the two of us from a dad.
Candy and notes left on my desk from sweet children.
Chicken alfredo with three lovely ladies, complete with laughter and stories and chocolate Timbits and strawberries and perfectly-brewed tea.
A good day after a bad day- a gift from the good, good Father.
Comfortable (and slightly crumbly) meatloaf eaten at 8:30 in the evening on the couch, and sizzling fajitas at Kelsey’s the next night.
I married a wonderful, comfortable, gracious Ricky.
I have learned a few things about marriage in the past two years.
- Seek Jesus.
- Be best friends.
- Don’t be selfish.
- Love your ordinary life.
- Go on adventures sometimes.
I am looking forward to learning these things better and better (along with some new things too, hopefully) in the coming years.
At the end of this week of celebrating Valentine’s and feeling love from so many sources, I have to ask myself this:
Did I show love?
Yes and no.
(Of course. That’s the way life is when you are a human being.)
Perhaps the more important question is this:
How will I show love in the coming week?
Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. Be devoted to one another in love. Honour one another above yourselves.