Letter 2: 14 Days of Love Letters

Prompt two in our 14 Days of Love Letter series is to describe a skill your spouse has developed that they should be proud of.

Join us for the February love experiment:  send a nice text/email/note to your partner everyday!  I’ll be following the 14 love letter prompts (listed in their entirety at the bottom of this post.)  Sign up for our email list  if you want to join the challenge! (there is a sign up in the footer)

14 Days of Love Letters Prompt 1: When did you know they were the one for you?


Letter 2:  What is a skill your partner has developed this year they should be proud of?

Rich certainly has acquired many awesome skills to boast of this year (he picked up the ukelele, British baking and the ability to keep talking when he falls asleep reading books to the kids), but I would say this year particularly he has developed the skill of political activism.

Every year since we’ve been married, Rich has become increasingly educated in political happenings, and I’ve really respected him this year in how he’s put his money where his mouth is.

It’s one thing to share news articles on Facebook, it is a whole other thing to write to your congressmen, call your congressmen and attend rallies and events.

Rich does those second things (along with a healthy amount of the first of course- he’s only human).

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Here’s our public servant volunteering (see the sticker?) on election day helping handicapped persons to vote by bringing their ballot out to them. What a stud.

But seriously, he calls his congress people everyday.  Every. Day.  Four of them!  Who does that?  That is dedication my friends.  I admire him for that.

A lot of people complain.  Not many people call their congressmen everyday.

Hopefully Rich is blushing by now.

Here is marching for the womens:

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Note: this is not me. This is a professor Rich works with that he happened to run into at the women’s march.

Ok your turn!  What is a skill your spouse has developed this year they should be proud of?

Remember, even thinking it in your mind can help fill your love tank.  So even if you don’t comment- think about it!  And if you are joining our monthly challenge, send the answer to your spouse in a text or email or note 🙂

Oh!  And I put all of the love prompts into a handy dandy printable so you can print it out, fill them out and give all the love letters to your spouse as a gift!  Perfect Valentine’s day gift!  Here’s a sample of the first page:

14 Days of Love Letters printable

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14 Days of Love Letters {Marriage Laboratory}

Read last years 14 days of remembering to love prompts here.

 

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