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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

My husband

I met my husband 10 years ago when we were both stationed in Arizona. I was 17yrs old and he was 18 yrs old. We were married less than 6 months later in a court room in Honolulu, Hawaii. No. I was not pregnant, just madly in love. You see, we were both in the military. I was being sent to Fort Gordon, GA and he was stationed at Pearl Harbor. The only way for the Air Force to change my orders was for us to get married! We have had our share of ups and downs, but I have so many things to be thankful for when it comes to my husband. Brad Paisley has a new song out that talks about if his son is anything like him, and that got me thinking how lucky I would be if our new baby son was like his daddy. He doesn't drink, he doesn't smoke, he comes home to be with his family everyday, he is a great father and caring husband. He works hard to make money for his family and he is very responsible. He isn't afraid to tell me that he loves me and our kids. He is a good guy, and a wonderful husband.


  1. My daughter brought a link to a YouTube video of that song and had her dad listen to it last year. I remember the day all to well. What a great tribute to your husband today and what a wonderful thing to be thankful for.

  2. Georgia:

    A loving, caring husband is indeed something for which to be thankful.


  3. I remember talking to you on the phone, and you said, "By the way, I'm getting married." You've never been the type to mess around and wait. Haha...when you know what you want, you grab it by the horns. I love that picture, btw. :)

  4. Great post and tribute to your husband.

    God bless you!

  5. Oh I love that song! Amen to son's who are like their daddy's!

  6. Isn't it wonderful being married to a man who is WORTH IT?! :-)

    My thankful post is HERE.

  7. This is one of the best posts I have read today. I LOVE posts that honor husbands and yours is beautiful. Take care of that guy. Happy TT.


Thanks so much for your encouraging words!