I was just reading a post by Tom and Debi Walter of The Romantic Vineyard.
They are celebrating 33 years of marriage and have compiled a list of 33 things they have learned about marriage over that time.
Please invest in your marriage by doing this:
Go to the list, print it out and circle at least 5 things on the list you want to start doing that you are not doing right now.
If your spouse is open to it, print a copy for them and encourage them to circle at least 5 things as well.
Then come back together and talk about what you each circled.
More importantly, start doing those things!
Your marriage is worth this kind of reflection and action.
“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” – Robert Brault, American writer
Thank you Tom and Debi! And congrats on 33 years. You are an encouragement and example to many.
Copyright 2012, Julie Sibert. Intimacy in Marriage Blog.
One thought on “33 Years of Marriage? What Could You Learn?”
Thank you for sharing our list with your readers. Wow! We are humbled and pray God will use this list to help other marriages grow in ways that are unexpected and simply marvelous – for His glory!
You are kind to share!