I had a tentative goal of getting a YouTube video/vlog up once a month, but I imagined that I'd also be blogging in between those projects a little bit more. Alas, life. Today, I wanted to chat with you about romance, keeping it going and doing our part as women. Relationships are two part circumstances, and we can only be held responsible for the part we play in them. I searched out a few ideas in the bible since that's my source and I hope that it inspires you even if it's not always in line with the popular feminist view overall. (I've never claimed to be that, I simply take the bible for truth and go from there.)
I had a lovely opportunity to go away with my husband for a work trip recently. While there, (and before I was slammed with food poisoning for an entire day) I recorded my thoughts on this subject. (I want to tell you this as a side note. I'm not a professional YouTuber, I only do one take and I'm very firm on that, no matter how many errors or things I wish I'd said better. I strive to be as authentic as possible here and I suppose that means you get what you get when it comes to our video chats. I have to be honest, I love em. They are stupid easy for this stage of life so y'all may want to subscribe via YouTube.) (I've got a talented friend who's promised to help me with music and graphics and polishing them up a bit in the future but they will still be a one take, authentic me deal.)
You can watch my video below, or by clicking here.
free printable for these tags here.
I saw this idea and though my version isn't nearly as cute as this one I saw on Pinterest, I used what I had on hand and it will make for a sweet (get it?) breakfast on Valentine's morning.
In addition, we always do what we call a backwards dinner that evening as a family, featuring dessert FIRST! It has been a huge hit every single time.
What do you and your family do to celebrate?