One Week

Married life isn’t always a bed of roses, part of it are misunderstandings, lovers’ quarrel and other spices in life that makes the relationship grow stronger. My husband and I are married for over 7 years and all those years we shared together we have had only very few misunderstandings. Most part of the marriage is happy and just love is always within us.
However, if there are things we argue, often resolve it but there were times when things are hard to get over with so I am the one who usually making it a big deal. Anyway, he got me pissed last Sunday night and for that I stopped talking to him and he was completely unaware of it until he arrived home from work the following day which was Monday afternoon.
As we went to bed Sunday night, he kissed me goodnight but I did not respond. Monday he was at work he sent me messages on ym and on my cp but I chose not to reply them so when he got home he asked me what’s going on, still I was not talking. When I am pissed at him I just don’t wanna talk or do anything with him until I feel okay back again. He confronted me alright and he asked if I want it to last for one week, I did not say anything so he assumed I want it that way. So be it!
As the cold war goes until this writing of entry, we continued ignoring each other. I talk to my kids though and so he does. Well, I am not ignoring him completely because I talk to him a few words once in a while but you know there is tension in the air for we really are not in good terms right now…hmm no not yet! Hehehe…
Oh well, it is fine and I find no wrong with it bec. it is part of the marriage as well as the relationship would be boring without cold wars or whatsoever lol.

A Wife’s Joke

After the wife and the husband made love last weekend, she remembered one joke while she was still in her own country years ago and she asked her husband to test if he will answer her question correctly.
Wife: Lalabs, do you know the question women often ask to their partners after having sex?
Husband: do you love me?
Wife: Wrong. She would ask “where is my panty?”
…and that’s what I asked to him that made him chuckle.

I Already Have A Plan

It’s Father’s day tomorrow and I already have a plan for the father in this house. My baby girl and I are going to church at 11 so we need to wake up earlier than our usual waking time. But before leaving in the house, I would love to have baby girl to bring our Father’s day presents to her daddy so he can open it with his girl next to him and take a picture of them together.
I would only tell what the presents are tomorrow evening. He might have an idea what it’s gonna be but even so it will still be special for him to make him feel that all his support, love and care to his child and his family are appreciated. They are just so simple gifts but heartily given!! Hope he likes them!
Back to my plan, after church I would treat my husband to a restaurant, my treat so he can’t say no to my invitation. I wouldn’t even let him pay for the tip because as I say, it’s my treat so he doesn’t need to spend a dollar for our lunch tomorrow as we celebrate his day!

CC #: 1 How Do I Annoy Him?

Rodliz’s Nest

I been meaning to join this meme for so long but for some reason I keep forgetting making an entry for this one, so today… comes the very first submission I have for this meme.
My husband is reserved and quiet person and I am the opposite. I love to talk nonsense. The way to annoy him is when he need that peace and quiet at home especially when it’s movie time and I make a noise, that surely would piss him off. Another thing that could annoy him is me just grabbing/touching his tits without warning. He said, it’s okay to touch tits when it’s sex time but if it is just ordinary time, he doesn’t want that simply because he doesn’t like the feel of my finger in them, haha!
How about you couples out there? What are sort of things that can annoy your better half? Share it here, I wanna read it!

Family Bonding

The weekends are my most favorite days of the week maybe because I look forward to going out not in a special place but away from the house for just an hour or two. Only during weekends we can do things together as a family because my husband works four days during the week. We do have a little bonding in the house every night though but family bonding we have on weekends is longer and more fun.
When there is a place to go where the three of us could enjoy, we would do that. I am glad I have a husband who spend time with his family rather than ignoring us or spending it with other people. Well, he has no other friends that he’d hangout in the first place so he has nowhere to turn to, but us lolz..
Anyway, we had such a blast at the 2011 Fort Worth Air Expo in NAS JRB Carswell yesterday. Our little girl was able to touch the planes that are in the base and saw flying planes making a show including the Blue Angels. Here are some snaps of us!

6 habits that keep couples happy

If I read something that is worth reading, I make sure I won’t miss sharing it here on my blog so my readers will be able to read it too and hopefully apply it to themselves and in their marriage. So here’s another wonderful article that is worth your time folks. Enjoy!
Habit #1: Catch romance where you can
“You may start out with chocolates and roses, but the likelihood of being able to sustain that feeling with a busy schedule is pretty unlikely,” says JoAnn Magdoff, Ph.D., a New York City-based psychotherapist. Successful couples learn to build a bubble of romance at unexpected times — during their daily commute, while doing laundry — and in low-impact ways, whether that be a long, lingering smooch or just holding hands. In other words, the next time you hear yourself say “Oh, look, we’ve got 15 minutes to ourselves,” make use of it — that’s what keeps the spark alive.

Habit #2: Fight fair
Believe it or not, learning to fight right is an important part of keeping chemistry alive. Why? Because if you are constantly cutting each other down, it’s hard to feel mutually amorous. “There is no such thing as a relationship without disagreements,” says David Wygant, author of Always Talk to Strangers. “But if there is an understanding that your partner can come to you with any dissension without being attacked, you will have an honest relationship comprised of ‘open discussions’ rather than ‘fights.’” Debra Tobias, who has been happily married for almost 10 years to her husband Steve, agrees. “Steve and I have learned to listen to each other when we’re upset and we admit when we’re wrong,” says Tobias. “We also make a rule of never, ever saying ‘I told you so’ no matter how much we might want to say it.” The result is that their chemistry doesn’t wane because they never let their arguments escalate to a personal level. Focus on the issue at hand instead of throwing verbal punches.
Habit #3: Nurture your separate selves
Going off to your book club when your sweetie’s out golfing isn’t a sign you two are drifting apart. On the contrary, developing individual interests allows for a richer life as a couple. By taking little “couple breaks,” you gain a greater appreciation of the gifts your partner brings to your life and you have more to offer as well. “It’s very attractive to be independent sometimes,” says Magdoff. “You feel better about yourself and you’re less demanding of your partner when you’re together.” After all, taking some personal responsibility for your own well-being relieves the other person of the pressure to “provide” happiness — so go ahead and nurture some solo adventures. That’ll also keep each of you stocked with plenty of adventures to chat about, which also builds your bond.

Habit #4: Take on a project together
Separate interests aside, exploring new ground together is also important since it strengthens your history of shared experiences. Jo Smith and her husband of four years found this out when they committed to running their first 10K together. “We were training together, carbo-loading and hydrating together, running the race together and ultimately succeeding together when we both finished,” says Smith. “It brought a whole new level of closeness to our relationship because of the time we spent learning as a duo during this endeavor.” Couples who take on adventures together get a sense of daring and accomplishment that can really kick up their chemistry!

Habit #5: Don’t let your physical attraction for each other dwindle
No doubt about it, couples with healthy libidos have no problem keeping chemistry cooking. (That whole “couples’ desire for each other naturally fades over time” excuse? Not true.) The trick to injecting more electricity into a lagging love life has to do with trying new things — sure, it can be easy to work on tricks and techniques when you first meet, but people’s preferences can, and do, change over time. “In interviewing people on the topic of physical intimacy, it became clear that the couples who were the most satisfied were also the ones who were open to some experimentation,” says Catlett. This isn’t to say you suddenly have to become a wild thing, though. Even returning to the basics you may have abandoned along the way — lots of kissing and eye contact, for example — can make the usual encounter feel very different… and much more intimate.

Habit #6: Engage in some mutual admiration
In order for chemistry between two people to thrive, there needs to be mutual respect. “It’s about putting yourself in the role of an observer of your partner,” says Magdoff. “Watch them ‘perform’ — I’m not saying they need to do a song and dance for you — just pay attention to the everyday things that remind you why you find them so special.” Then, make it a point to lob compliments their way. “A good exercise is to occasionally create a mental list of the qualities you dig about your partner, and to occasionally share one of your thoughts with the one you love,” says Wygant. Because the reality is, you’ll always want to be around someone who thinks you’re fantastic.
Kimberly Dawn Neumann is a New York City-based writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Cosmopolitan, Redbook, and Fitness.
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A Compliment About My Husband

I talked to our travel agent (who is also a Filipina) an hour ago for our ticket confirmation and she said something to me that flattered me so much about my husband. She was telling me that she was impressed with my husband before because he fulfilled his promise to his Filipina wife.
Lily Bogan asked him if I could just fly with other Filipinas to the US so he can save some money but he insisted in going to pick me up. That part there is what impressed the agent. As a wife, upon hearing that makes me feel so loved and very flattered knowing that it came from somebody I don’t know…
I should have known how lucky I am to have a husband like my Sandy for he truly is a wonderful man, a good provider to our family, a devoted husband and most of all a hard-working man. He gives us a comfortable life and  arms so strong and secure. Thank God for I am so blessed!

A Very Good Exercise

I really had a very very good exercise this morning. It’s really good for it left my thighs sore afterwards. It isn’t just any ordinary exercises that most people do, instead it is something that my spouse and I both love doing and enjoyed it together. It is something that draws us closer to each other and brings us to the highest peak of our love. Intimacy is what we call it. During weekends, we make up for each other. During weekdays we are kind of busy that we just look forward for weekends to come and have fun…

Money Problems That Ruin Your Marriage

Hey folks time for a helpful and useful article I found online. I share this here because I know most of my reader/s on this blog are mostly married people. While you’re on the verge of ending your marriage, try to sort things out before you decide to call it quits and see if it can help save your precious marriage.

1. Relationship Neglect
Pssst…sometimes arguments about money are actually about not paying enough attention to your marriage (do this to stop having the same fight), rather than your financial situation. When spouses feel neglected, they may resort to spending cash on items they can’t afford or bring up their partner’s buying habits as a way to retaliate for deeper issues. Examine the root of your fights and determine whether your fiscal concerns are actually a by-product of hurt feelings. Then, if necessary, get started on a marriage makeover.

2. Love Is Blind
At the beginning of a relationship, money often isn’t an issue. Love can be intoxicating, and some spouses express their emotions by lavishing their partner with exorbitant spending sprees, jetting off to exotic vacations, and other costly pursuits (don’t make these money mistakes). Then reality sets in, and couples have to worry about their rent or mortgage, kids and living expenses. A financial planner can help you get your finances back on track and develop a budget that you can stick to. Plus, set out some financial rules to follow as a couple.

3. When Women Are the Breadwinners
Women are the breadwinners in one out of three dual-income families today. Although earning more money can be beneficial, it also challenges traditional gender roles, so that wives may feel guilty about putting less time into mom duties while husbands may feel like they’ve failed somehow. Set up equal spending rights with your spouse so that you’re both on the same page.

4. Keeping Up with the Joneses
It can be easy for couples to become envious of other couples’ spending habits and feel like they need to live beyond their means just to keep up. However, this can lead to debt and put a significant amount of stress on a marriage. Do some digging with your spouse and work together to diminish these insecurities.

5. A Lack of Open Communication
Not knowing exactly where your money is going each month can spark resentment. Have an honest conversation with your partner where you both break down the spending in your household. Discuss your priorities and decide together if you need to cut back or add to a specific category.

So Sweet Of Him And I am Flattered

So I share the same thoughts as my husband that is proven for sure. It feels weird when I am on the bed and he isn’t, I mean when I go to bed first before him I just couldn’t sleep tight knowing that he is not on my side. And he on the other hand, somehow felt the same way too.
An instance just like last night that proves the same. I put my baby to her bed and stayed there for more than an hour. She was on her bed and I laid down on the floor, although it is carpeted yet I could feel the hard surface against my body. I chose to stay there longer because it feels cooler in my baby’s room than in our bedroom.
Mind you, my husband was already snoring when he found out later that I wasn’t on the bed yet, so what he did, he went to the baby’s room and woke me up in my shallow dream. I jerked, I thought there was snake crawling into my body. All along it was my husband tapping my leg gently, offering his hand to me so I could stand up with the help of his loving hand. The simple gesture of his telling me to move into our comfy bed and the thought of it makes me flattered. How sweet of him to think of his wife lying on the floor haha. Love him to death, no doubt about that and I know he loves me too!