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Well, we try.  :)  

Brrrr, that's cold.  She sounds so sweet and thoughful.  I love to surprise my hubby with things like that.  He truly appreciates the little things that I do for him.  

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After we are married for awhile we find out it's all those little things that mean a lot over the years. It's good to have someone wonderful to grow old with.

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After we are married for awhile we find out it's all those little things that mean a lot over the years. It's good to have someone wonderful to grow old with.

 

Exactly.  It doesn't take much to please old married couples.  I truly believe that love grows over time, too.  I love being married.  Even in an abusive first marriage, I still loved having a husband.  Praise the Lord, He gave me a good godly husband to grow old with.

Well, I gotta go.  Food is ready.  Joe is chomping at the bit to eat.  Talk with you, tomorrow.  Have a good night.

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What I thought was such strong, powerful love when I was young is nothing compared to the love I have for my wife now. Love does mature and it's a wonderful experience.

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Amen!  It gets stronger over the passing years.  That is the beauty of love for a spouse.

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Deep, mature love of a spouse is soooooooooooo much better than the hormonal and emotion-hyped "love" of the younger years.

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New joke!

How do you know you're an IFB lady?

When it takes you fifteen minutes and checking every corner of your room to remember where you stored your solitary pair of pants for skiing. :frog: :rolleyes:

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Lol, salyan. What I don't understand is why anyone would want to ski. :-D

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Skiing looks fun but I'm not about to try that for the first time at my age!

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I used to ski when I was in high school.  When I worked my first two years of teaching, I was one of two in charge of a middle school ski club.  It was fun.  It's a great way to keep in shape.

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I've never been anywhere to ski. Our youth group went on a ski trip one year and one youth managed to break both arms!

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I've never been anywhere to ski. Our youth group went on a ski trip one year and one youth managed to break both arms!

 Yeah, that happens.  I have known people who have been hurt skiing.  Thankfully, I was never hurt.  It is a very challenging sport.

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Last time I went skiing, I got very wet.

But at least the boat was fast.... :lol:

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Last time I went skiing, I got very wet.

But at least the boat was fast.... :lol:

 

Oh, you're talking about water skiing, DaveW.

I believe Salyan is talking about snow skiing.  

I have done both, but find snow skiing a little easier b/c you have your feet on solid ground.

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My Dad used to water ski a lot when I was a child. We used to spend a lot of weekends down on the Mississippi River during the summer months.

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Oh, you're talking about water skiing, DaveW.

I believe Salyan is talking about snow skiing.

I have done both, but find snow skiing a little easier b/c you have your feet on solid ground.


I think I may have mentioned before that we don't get snow here - or anywhere near here. Like, within about 3000 miles of here.

Have done a bit of sandboarding, ans more than a few years ago I tried grass skiing, but actually even when we made the trip, I never snow skiied... sledding yes....

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SKIING! In northern Canada, it's known as 'the only way to get anywhere'. I am mostly kidding of course.

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One might get blown away around here. It's STILL very windy!!!

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Its sunny here now. But blowy and cold. More snow tomorrow. Might need skis the. Lol.

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We have some sun today too but the weatherman says not to relax because more cold is coming!

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I think I may have mentioned before that we don't get snow here - or anywhere near here. Like, within about 3000 miles of here.

Have done a bit of sandboarding, ans more than a few years ago I tried grass skiing, but actually even when we made the trip, I never snow skiied... sledding yes....

:lol:

 

No snow?  We are getting hit with a lot of snow today.  My church is having a youth rally with the surrounding IFB churches tonight.  We are wondering if they are going to call it.

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it's 'warm' here, only 3 inches of ice and 2 ft of snow...I didn't even wear a coat today!

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it's 'warm' here, only 3 inches of ice and 2 ft of snow...I didn't even wear a coat today!

 

Heat wave, Lynnie.  ;)  I was a bit surprised when I got up this morning, and it was snowing pretty steady.  It's been like this all day.  It is beautiful as long as you don't drive in it.  If the youth rally is still on, my hubby will do the driving.

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Heat wave, Lynnie.   ;)  I was a bit surprised when I got up this morning, and it was snowing pretty steady.  It's been like this all day.  It is beautiful as long as you don't drive in it.  If the youth rally is still on, my hubby will do the driving.

I was in Cleveland this summer, stayed at the Cleveland Hostel, I rather enjoyed it. Walked to the R&R Hall of Fame, because that's what tourists do! It was so humid and hot! Being that it was June/July.

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Yes,OH ) and IN and WV and several others) gets pretty sticky in summer.

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