Remember in college when you went to class and the professor taught and you engaged yourself in the crossword puzzle or halfheartedly listened while doodling sketches of new football uniforms you thought Nike should design for your school? What, you guys didn’t do that? Really, I’m the ONLY one?
So anyway, in college you had literally hundreds of opportunities to learn, to let yourself be taught and molded into what you chose to be molded into, which for most of us was…really…anything we could imagine.
Marriage is much the same in that each day holds new lessons for both of us to learn more about each other, ourselves, the Lord, the world, our families…everything. So to you Jen, here are 3 things I think I learned yesterday:
I learned that it’s much more fun, if not irresponsible, to come home to a messy home full of dishes and clothes and jump straight in bed with you to (kind of) co-write today’s post.
We had dinner at Chuy’s with 2 new couple friends and I learned that dinner conversation with new married couple friends is much more exciting and romantic than what I talk about with my boy friends (that’s boy [space] friends).
After finishing season 2 of Mad Men I learned that I like living in 2010 with you because if we lived in 1960 you couldn’t get mad at me for saying mean things to you or making fun of your multi-colored house shoes. Women back then…such pushovers. Thanks for raising that strong feminine right hand of yours.
What do you talk about with your boy [space] friends?