I dont normally start forum posts like this but today I wanted to do something nice for my wife.
So lets all say something nice about our partners.
After 21 years of marriage my love grows stronger each day
She is my soulmate
my support system and so much more.
I couldnt imagine life without this great lady
So today I say
jackie, I love you
ok, now its everyone elses turn
My wife is the perfect woman for me. She's highly intelligent; a great wife and mother. She's the greatest gift I've ever received. I really moved up when I got her.
My hubby can fix anything that goes wrong in the house,...And hes Always on call,...LOL. Seriously though, he is my Bestest friend and I'm glad Ive had him for the past 17 years !!!!
My husband is a hard worker and it's because of his strong work ethics that I'm able to stay home and care for our two daughters.
My husband is a gentle soul. My best friend and he takes all my bull. LoL He is so laid back he is almost comatose.
I haven't met her yet. And that's pretty nice since I'm currently in no position to get married.
He has a "big heart and soul" matched with bulky mucles;everything I wanted all rolled into one!
My husband has a killer English accent that makes me melt, he's extremely intelligent, and thinks I hung the moon.
My husband is wonderful. I am not exactly what you would call "normal". My husband does does not care. He thinks I'm wonderful. He tells me all the time how special and beautiful I am. He brings me flowers home on payday. I am so blessed to have this man in my life.
So this is for you Gary.
May we grow old together. my love.
Ut meus admiratio maritus. EGO diligo vos. Insquequo nex operor nos non secui!
I think my Dad (God rest his sould) said it best:
"Wil's a handy guy to have around."
Say something nice???? I haven't had to talk to him in 28 years.... that's the best gift to me ever. Yeaaaahhhhh
Nice???? He's gone, yet he is still alive...that's good, right?
My wife is the most kind, gentle, loving, attentive, giving, fun loving, beautiful, women that ever walked this green earth. She is a doting mother and wonderful wife. God could not have blessed me with any better riches, that this world could offer, save my wife. If I did not know that she was flesh and bone, I would swear that she was and angel.
Yippee! Divorced ten years this month! That's something nice, ain't it?
My spouse is the most amazing women I ever met. She is all about service to those around her and she never complains and always has a smile. She does whats right because it's the right thing to do.
My wife is very much on the same page with me whenever danger threatens. No argument and no time lost explaining.
Which goes quite a distance in explaining why we're both still alive and neither one of us is in prison.
(I did put a laughing face there but am actually quite serious.)
after the ordeal tonight, he passed out and did not kill me, does this count as nice?
My man, Jerrod, is the most kind, supportive, sweet, sensitive man I have ever met. He truly is my dream come true. I love him to bits and can't wait to be his wife
My man is a hard worker and never lets his family or friends down. Sometimes he doesn't listen to me (typical man, lol), but when I need him, he listens and talks to me until I feel better.
He's also quite handsome and has a fantabulous bod!!! :-)~~
My husband is:
and has a hairy chest!
My husband has given me ten very wonderful years. We've aspired to give each other another seventy wonderful years or die trying.
sorry cant contribute to this forum now,
how about ex?
thanks for my ex husband who gave me four wonderful children
Here's not here right now!
No seriously, he's a great guy, very loving and understanding. And he has a great family, too. I love my in-laws, so I lucked out.
I am lucky to be in love with my best friend. Thank you for kissing me on the forehead and telling me that everything will be okay. Thank you for loving me. Thank you for believing in me. Thank you for being you.
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