Sometimes it's the little things...
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I was folding laundry the other day, and putting my husband’s away in his dresser when a thought that often strikes me as I do this chore occurred to me again. Normally there is no one there to hear my thoughts, but on this rare occasion my husband was relaxing on the bed, having just arrived home from work. So I shared my thought aloud.
“Do you ever think how amazing it is that your clothes magically reappear in your closet after you put them in the laundry?”
My husband is pretty quick on his feet, even when he’s not on his feet, and without missing a beat he replied, “Yes I do. Do you ever think how amazing it is that the car’s gas tank magically fills up with gas whenever it gets close to empty?”
“Of course,” was my reply, “I love that bottomless tank!”
Marriage is often said to be give and take, 50/50, but I disagree. Marriage should be 100/100, each partner giving 100% regardless of the other’s input. Rather than “give and take” it should be “give and appreciate.” Give, regardless of what is, or is not, given in return, appreciating all that your husband (or wife) gives as well.
Even the little things like your clothes magically reappearing in your closet or the gas tank magically never needing to be filled.