365 Days of Fun in Marriage

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Celebrating Fun in Marriage


Tip 365

365 Days of the Year

This is the 365th day of posting tips for having fun in marriage.

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If you are new here, some tips are for just plain fun, some tips are for improving relationship and communication skills, and some are for adding to the romance which also results in more fun in your marriage.

One of the best tips I can give is to prowl around through past entries for ideas.

If that’s not a good enough tip for you because you’ve already read and tried all the tips given, then here’s one more. Don’t take your own self, your own demands, your own opinions, your own perceived rights so seriously. Give your partner more room for being himself or herself.

And if you don’t like that tip, then how about looking for romantic lyrics, romantic poems, and maybe some romantic short stories. Make a collection of all the ones you love and present them to your mate. You can snuggle some evening and read them aloud.

This has been a daily blog for the past 365 days (OK, I did get behind a few times and had to catch up), but after today the blog switches to two posts per week which will be on Mondays and Fridays–unless there’s something special.

We’d love to hear your comments, suggestions, thoughts, and ideas. Don’t hesitate to leave us your thoughts in the comment section (even if the thought is not about that particular blog entry).

Have fun in your marriage. God created spouses as helpers and mates for one another. Relish that gift and have some fun!

~ Glenda (gj)

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2 Comments to

“Celebrating Fun in Marriage”

  1. Avatar April 30th, 2011 at 1:13 pm Lisa Norman Says:

    Congratulations, Glenda!

  2. Avatar May 2nd, 2011 at 4:53 pm Glenda and Jack Says:

    Thanks a bunch!

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