Showing posts from October 29, 2013


About a month ago I began to really pay attention to how my husband and I spent our evenings and weekends. I quickly realized that we spent very little quality time together. We get up at 5 a.m. every morning and start our day. I fix his breakfast and pack his lunch while he gets ready for work. Once he has eaten, it's time to head out the door. He is a hardwood flooring installer and he works extremely to create gorgeous floors for the clients he works with. Once he gets off work, he may have to drive two hours back to the shop to pick up our car and then an additional thirty minutes home. This means he is extremely tired when he comes home. I always try to have supper on the table when he comes in so that he can wash up, grab a plate, and relax. After he eats, he usually puts his ear-buds in and watches videos on youtube while I clean up the kitchen and then read either my Bible or whatever book I am in on my Kindle. There isn't a lot of conversation. While I understand tha…