I have had a crazy 2 weeks. Prepping for and attending a birthing event; which has already produced 4 photo shoots (in under a week!); getting the ball rolling on the final run of my novel before it is released; working on setting up a new photo studio with all new equipment; and doing a handful of tattoos over this weekend to boot! OH and planning the 1st holiday that I'm hosting at my house; Easter.
You could say its been chaotic!
Last night my husband cooked me an amazing steak dinner. I love that man, he spoils me. This morning he got up with little man and let me sleep in, as is usually the case on weekends. When I woke, he had steak and eggs ready for me for breakfast, my house cleaned, the dishes loaded and get this-LOADED MY WAY (yeah-he didn't put down the flippy thing! YAY!). He also had the grocery list made up for me and the prescription refills already called into the pharmacy!
Gotta love a man who takes some initiative and helps out! It's really the little things that make a big difference in your day. I could have done without the house cleaning and the grocery list, and even the breakfast. The fact that after reading my blog, he actually made a point to leave the flippy thing up, reminds me of why I love this man. He cares about the little things. I pointed out to him that he had not loaded dishes his normal way. At 1st he sassed me; saying, "I would hate to stop the steak knives from taking over the butter knives' turf!" Very funny. But then he said, "If it makes it a little easier for you to do dishes with them loaded this way, I don't mind doing that. Whatever makes youre life easier is cool with me."
Almost brought a tear to my eye. Over flippin dishes!
I hope every day that my single friends will find someone like my husband. Someone who cares about doing those little things for them. I'm really truly blessed! I have a husband who treats me like I walk on water; kids who are the talk of every party and a constant source of compliments from both people we know as well as strangers; a home full of love and peace and trust...I really couldn't ask for more. (Maybe a bigger house but we're working on that!)