Gratitude Challenge, Week 2

gratitude challenge

According to my handy-dandy Gratitude Challenge Chart, this week I’m supposed to blog about gratitude for my spouse.

Gosh, that’s going to be a huge challenge for me… just kidding!

 

Scott April 10 1If you’ve read even a few of my blog posts, you probably get the idea I’m more than a little smitten with my wonderful husband, Captain Cavedweller. After all, I did dedicate a whole year to journaling our dates together.

All kidding aside, I am grateful every single day for the blessing of my husband. He is one of the kindest, gentlest men I know. He’s not only my husband, but also my best friend.

my valentine

I honestly feel like he keeps me balanced and the laughter… the man makes me laugh all the time.

We’ve been married twenty-one years yet he still finds ways to surprise me and make me feel special, cherished, and so loved.

August PhotoHe takes good care of me when I’m sick, lifts me up when I’m down, and cheers me on when we’ve got something to celebrate.

I’ve had a few people make comments that the romances I write are unrealistic because men like the heroes in my books don’t exist. That’s where they are so, so wrong. There are good men like them. I know it for a fact because I’m married to one. CC is a huge inspiration for my characters because I see so much love, goodness, and caring in him.

Don’t get me wrong – I know there are a lot of guys out there who are just the opposite. But there are also a lot of good guys out there, too.

June 2014I’m just so blessed and so very grateful to be married to one of the best.

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