Marriage Lesson 12 of 20

Time flies by: Too often, I look ahead to the future. I want to push through the challenges I’m in right now and look forward to tomorrow rather than experiencing and enjoying the gift of today. But times goes by so fast. Twenty years has gone in the blink of an eye. My mother-in-law was about my age when she lost her husband in an accident. My husband was thirteen. I learned from her and from my husband the importance of not taking the time we have with our loved ones for granted. We always say “I love you” before he leaves for work, at the end of the day, and multiple times in between. Lets live without regrets, say the things we need to say today, and not wait for tomorrow because it’s not guaranteed.

My thoughts;

This is true and we need always be sure to let the one we love know how we feel.  My husband is a truck driver and is more at risk to get hurt or killed by what he does.  He places his life at risk multiple times a day.  We never allow a moment to pass.  Whenever we speak on the phone, we never hang up without the words of love coming off our tongue.  We don’t leave one another without hugs and kisses being shared.

You don’t know how long you have on this earth.  We don’t know what the next day, hour, moment may bring.  Don’t allow the time to pass quicker than you realize!

Love them, hug them, hold them.  Your husband and your family is your legacy!  Don’t forget your legacy.


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