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  1. Eating real food. My husband had a hard time and the way he questioned me discouraged me. It’s been more than a year since we’ve been making changes, and he’s attitude is better! He looks up things online to learn more. He’s even shared it with his friends and were met with attitude he once had. This is important to me, so he’s learning to change his attitude towards it.

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      Hopefully someday I’ll have this testimony about my husband! 🙂 He still begs for white bread. *sigh*

      Love that your husband is jumping on board!

  2. I think this is beautiful. This post and also this way you’re choosing of honouring your husband “out loud”. It’s so sweet. Thank you for sharing insights, too, with those of us who are still wondering about the guys we’re going to marry … 🙂

  3. fullherlife says:

    Yes, my husband is very similar. I’ve always thought of him as a quick learner which is hugely helpful to us both! Blessings this weekend to you and yours girl. ~ Amy

  4. I probably should have joined you in this venture this month. Given the circumstances I find myself in right now … I wasn’t sure I could think of 30 things I loved enough to write about. Which is WHY I should have joined you! Anyway … about the writing … mine keeps telling me that I SHOULD write a book! I just haven’t found the story God wants me to write yet!

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      I do understand. Sometimes it simply is harder than others. <3

      How exciting that he's encouraging you to write though! I'm sure God will give you the story in time. {hugs}

  5. Wow! What a blessing!
    It seems that we have even more in common than I thought!
    My hubby gave his uneasy okay on my writing/publishing first, too.
    It’s taken about two years for him finally to start accepting it (speaking of it in a good way). Yesterday was the first day he’s actually told me he was proud of it. He was so sweet, I could have cried.
    I am sooo thankful. It’s tremendously hard to find the balance between two great God-given passions. God gives us our husbands, but He oftentimes gives us something else to do, too!
    Those things don’t have to be in opposition to each other. But sometimes it seems that something makes them be. At least for a while.
    So thankful for you, sister! And yes, the ability to change is definitely priceless!

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