My wife is 60 and I'm 61 and we tell each other numerous times throughout the day how much we love each other. We kiss each other in the morning, at bedtime, when we are leaving the house and when we return. We never end a phone call without saying we love one another and always say "See you later," rather than "Goodbye." That's the formula of our successful marriage and so far it is working out nicely.
My hubby and I have been together for 6 years ~ we tell each other multiple times a day.
He's off on his drill weekend (national guards) so the last time I told him was a couple of hours ago on the phone
We always end our calls with "I love you" , even if we just saw one another 5 minutes ago & the other person just ran to the store for 10 minutes to grab something quick.
Last night. She got out the door this morning before I woke up!
We're both turning 52 this month, and we've been married over 25 years. Many of those years were very difficult. One step I took in turning that around was to decide that I would make sure that my wife knew I loved her each and every day. That's more than just saying it. I showed her, and made sure she got the message, day in and day out. What would have been bitter misery has turned into the deepest love.
She worked hard on her side, too!
I tell my husband "I love you" several times a day. The last time was when we got off the phone this morning when we both got to work.
Half asleep, last night, then "purely by mistake" ninja kicked him in the butt, smiled and blew him a kiss.
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