I saw this one on Facebook and that brings back beautiful childhood memories.
I love dogs more than cats, but I remembered that I have learned to love dogs at an early age, thanks to my cousin/helper who showed me that these dogs are really that loyal and lovable. She does not have formal training to train dogs but I noticed how dogs would react to her. She seems to be the female version of the Dog Whisperer.
With that said, I would also love to expose my future child on the same environment. Our dogs have been very kind to us and I believe that having another member of the family would excite them as well. This means more playtime and happy days for them.
Do you create a list? Well, I do this on an on and off basis, as I was not consistent with creating lists, but now I will do my best to create and complete one everyday. Here are some quick points on how to start with your own list today.
Create a list of tasks and things that you want to do every day. Once you have all of these listed out, then figure out how long each activity takes. This will allow you to identify tasks that you can include in your list when you have extra time.
It can also help you to arrange your daily activities in a way that gives you a longer amount of free time. You can get rid of unnecessary things or make a day to get them done so you can make the most of your days that already seem too full.
That way, you can make the most out of your time, which will allow you to have more opportunities to get things done and spend the rest of your free time to be with your spouse and have a happier married life.
As a couple, we make it a point to have our own happy time. This means our time to do things that we love so we can have a quick break from the usual work demands that we have to meet almost everyday. That is the time when we go out, have lunch or dinner dates and watch movies. Later this year, we are planning to seal a local travel, just have to agree on where to go though.
Other couples might have a different way of taking some time off. Like some may spend quality time outdoors and enjoy the sun at the beach or the mountains. Some may opt for a staycation or indoor vacation, while looking for xbox deals or computer games to play. What is important is that they look for ways to relax as a couple, something that we all need to do as married couples to keep our love alive.
Just saw this image on Facebook and I am so touched by this that I want to share this with you.
If animals can stay beside their loved ones through thick and thin, would humans do the same thing (all the time)?
Let us be that ‘loving’ partner, especially to the one we promised to love and to hold, no matter what happens.