My car recently started making a noise. It was coming from the rear. It sounded like a train whistling behind me. There was no train. It was just my car. Ugh! I didn’t have the time in my schedule for this, nor was I looking forward to the repair bill. But my dear sweet husband came to my rescue! He heard the sound and told me it was my brakes. He asked me when was the last time I changed my brake pads and turned my rotors. My what? 🤔
My point exactly. Here’s my tip for all you single ladies out there. Those of you that are divorced and are used to that man in your life taking care of those things like the yard and a water leak and the car for you. My advice to you is to learn how yourself. We can do this! But someone needs to send us the memo with a copy of the “guy” manual attached to know what things we’re supposed to know or at least give us a hint of what skills and supplies we will need in order to survive without a man.
I can tell you I’m one of those women that treaded water so to speak for many years. I was not so good at doing it all on my own. I’m so thankful that God has placed a husband beside me to help me with those things. Like my brakes. But more so, all those things in life that we can share together. Like love and laughter. And key lime pie.
I once read that with two you can double your joys and divide your griefs. Here’s to two becoming one. Thank you baby for doubling my joy and dividing my grief. Thank you for taking care of my car, for taking care of me, and for taking God at His word and being my provider and loving me unconditionally. You’re the best! Thanks to you, I can now STOP (quietly) in the name of love!🚥🚗 ❤
Love and laughter,