I'm not always the best at keeping up with daily challenges but I'm going to give it a shot. This one I stole from Shannon who got it from Janetha. I will be cross posting this to LJ as well for my readers from there, so I'm sorry if you get it twice.
So, Day 1, here we go!
Well, a lot of you have heard this before, but boy, am I in love with my husband. (That’s a good thing!). I’m in the minority that if I could carry him around in my back pocket all day, it still wouldn’t be enough time with him. I want to spend 24/7 with him – all day, every day. I miss him when we’re both at work.
Brad is the greatest husband anyone could ask for. Sure, sometimes I’ll gripe about something he’s done (or not done – he tends to procrastinate to points where it gets ridiculous, as Shannon can vouch for), but it’s minor stuff, stuff that anyone living with someone full time might occasionally complain about. He takes amazing care of me, and he puts me (and his daughter) ahead of himself. I couldn’t survive this pregnancy without him, that’s for certain. From almost daily trips to the grocery store in the first trimester, to sleeping on the couch if I’m having a rough patch, he’s given up almost all of his personal time to focus on me for the past 8 months. He rarely says no to me. Even if something I want is really out of our budget, he usually finds some way to work it in, to make me happy. He does (almost) everything I ever ask him to do.
Our relationship is as perfect as I think a relationship can be. (Quit rolling your eyes). We enjoy a lot of similar things, but we also have our own individual likes and tastes. We love movies and games, we have regular conversation with each other (we can sit for hours on any given night and just talk about some topic – doesn’t happen all the time but a few times a month we’ll lose track of time and spend the night just chatting). We rarely fight – in fact, it’s been almost a year since we last had what could be considered a fight. And they’re resolved very quickly. We might have some disagreements, but they’re talked out and not bottled up. We get along, we respect each other, we have a healthy bedroom life, and we genuinely are in love with each other. I don’t know what could be more perfect than that.