My niece is getting married on Saturday evening at our church there on Willow. You should come. 7. There will be ca-ake...!
But what should I say in the card? What stands out to you in your own experience, or in words others have shared with you?
In a face to face with her, I talked about communication, and being humble and unassuming (i think that is a big one), and, um, making sure she spends a lot of time face to face/everything to everything with her husband. Pivotal. Ooh. There is just know way to avoid the double entendre here, is there? And you know, sometimes you like plain cheese pizza, while other times you really crave something with a little more of a gourmet attempt at pizza. Right? Well, I talked about that with her, but I want to write something more. Not just the seasons of love, ups and downs, ...more.
What would you like to say to the bride you, now that you are further from the wedding day? Or, what have you observed or received in confidence in the form of a marriage education? I would tell me that one fight doesn't mean it is over. On the totally rare occaision me and the mister might have a slight disagreement (probably has only happened once or twice in our five years of bliss), I always feel like its over. My life is ruined and now what am I going to do. He always assures me this is not the case, and so far I have to believe him. No. I do believe him. :)
Any boys sneaking a read out there? What do you think?