Image used without permission, but ain't it great?
Today is my beautiful wife's birthday. For those of you who know her, you know that beautiful has many connotations:
- Beautiful looks (woot woo!)
- Beautiful personality
- Beautiful spirit
- Beautiful in how she develops her talents
- Beautiful in her thoughts
- Beautiful legs (she has great legs, have you seen them?)
- Beautiful in how she uses words
- Beautiful mothering skills
- Beautiful hair (grrr!)
- Beautiful how she loves me
- Beautiful in her tenderness to our family
- Beautiful in her sexiness
- Beautiful in her tastes
- Beautiful in her emotional expressions
- Beautiful in how she decorates our home
- Beautiful in sharing sacred, intimate moments with her husband
- Beautiful ideas
- Beautiful in her spontaneity
- Beautiful hook shot (she is a tough basketball competitor)
- Beautiful in her passions
- Beautiful in her virtue
- Beautiful in her service of others
Basically, she is the best thing that has ever happened to me; the best decision I ever made was to marry her. She makes my world beautiful. I love her in a way that would fill the emptiness of space, and make it feel warm and cozy.
The kids got up this morning, got dressed (I, the hubby, did the hair as best I could), and presented mom with the gifts they each individually chose for her. What a tender moment to watch my beautiful wife as her children dote over her, wanting to express their love to the woman who makes our house a home.
Now, for a little story time. My daughter was ill a few months ago, and I took her to an after hours urgent care, where she was given a prescription - and we filled it at a nearby Walgreens. While in line, the following display caught my attention.
Now, while some employees at Walgreens, and maybe some of you, may think that Theraflu, Tylenol or a three-pack of Carmex may be the best item in Avondale (that was the only sign on this entire display, we still have no idea which it refers to), they obviously have never met my beautiful wife. She is not only the best item in Avondale, but in the world.
As I always say: My wife is the ideal woman of every man's dreams (sorry ladies). I feel privileged to be hers forever. Dear, I passionately love you. May all your birthday dreams come true.
Please join with me in wishing my wife a happy birthday!
I love you dear!
(Tune in tomorrow for another riveting Tune in Tuesday! I promise I'm not the guest blogger!)