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  1. My husband gets up and goes to work each day. His financial provision for our family spells L-O-V-E to me…

  2. Coffee aka “fwockee” is our love language too! It’s our “communion time” a few times a day when we are able to connect and share devotion time in the morning and to compare notes with each other in the afternoons. NOTE: Have you ever considered mixing a few teaspoons of Rich Chocolate Ovaltine in your coffee with cream or half/half? It’s the only way I drink mine anymore!

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      Ooohhh… will have to try that asap. 🙂

  3. Wow, Tasha,
    I am so impressed with your story about your hubby bringing you coffee. You have a good man there!!
    As for something that my husband does for me the list could go on and on but I will just list a couple. The first one: He cleans up the kitchen many times a week for me so I can do other things that I want to do!!! Sometimes he does it at night when we are both tired. It is very thoughtful of him. It relieves me and sure does make be feel loved. When our children were little he always got them ready for church on Sunday morning so I could sleep in. ( We had 4 children under 5 year He did it for years and I still love him for that.

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      I’ve always loved your stories of how Curt helped you with the kids when they were little. He’s a good man as well. 🙂

  4. He’ll dry the dishes while I wash, and we get to talk about our day while we do it.

    We make each other tea/hot chocolate on a regular basis, too. 🙂

    He lets me share whatever he’s eating/drinking, and almost never protests!

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      I love “almost never protests”! 🙂 That’s my husband as well.

  5. He tolerates coming home to a messy house because I’ve been writing my book all day instead of cleaning. This happens several times a week. hehe 🙂

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      Ha! I love it. 🙂

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