Day 21: I love the way Jason and I always say the same thing at the same time. It's so funny! You know what they say: "Great minds think alike!"
Day 22: Jason has gotten into the habit of lifting at the gym and running, alternating every other day. It's great that he has changed his lifestyle to a healthy one, but it can be a real drain on family time. Never once have I asked him to, but he sets him alarm to way early so he can get that done before anyone else is awake (or at least functionally awake). I love that he cares enough about spending quality time with us that he goes out of his way to get everything else done while we sleep.
Day 23: I've been dealing with some health issues lately that have left me ridiculously fatigued. More than one load of clothes has been washed multiple times (I've sort of forgotten to move it to the dryer), and just a few peanut butter and jelly sandwiches have been eaten in front of Cars 2. I love (and greatly appreciate) that Jason has been so understanding. He's picked up my slack, never once complaining, and never once making me feel bad for it.
Day 24: I love the way he makes me feel when he wraps his arms around me. No matter how stressful my day (whether it was taking care of very sick patients, or at home changing 5 poopy diapers more than I'd planned on changing)... when I lean into him and he hugs me... I can breathe. It feels like all my worries leaked out of my toes. I crave that feeling.
Day 25: I love how he smells. (Is that creepy? Sorry...). Maybe it's the phermones... :P
Day 26: I love how warm he is (yeah... that's creepy, too...). He's like my own personal, portable space heater... as long as he chooses to stand within my personal bubble at all times...
Day 28: I love that Jason is honest. Even when I don't always like hearing his answer, I know that it's going to be truth and not just what he thinks I want to hear.
Day 29: I love that we can communicate without talking. Subtle changes in facial expressions tells the other person exactly what's going on in their head. I'm not an easy person to read (I have one of those faces where I look like I'm angry if I don't smile... well, sorry! I can't smile 24/7... I'll get cheek spasms). I love that Jason knows me well enough to know the difference between upset and "just not smiling."
Day 30: I love that Jason knows how to make me smile :).
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Have no clue what this is about?
Kimberly from Sew Encouraging issued a "30 Days in 30 Ways Challenge."
Every day for the entire month of September, we were supposed to write about one thing I loved about my husband. Although the month is over, you can always start over tomorrow! Go check out her site Sew Encouraging to check out her challenge!