Sincerely Happily Married {Happy Wives Club}


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My husband and I have been married since 2000 and we are approaching our 14 year wedding anniversary in May.  We have two wonderful boys and we are extremely happily married! I have to admit that I love my husband more today than the day we got married and I’ve come to realize that marriage is something that we always have to work on and both of us have to do it. It’s definitely a balance.

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Here are some of important aspects of our relationship that has helped us over the past 14 years.

Trust and Honesty–  We are definitely honest with each other and respect each other’s opinions and feelings.  Even though at times we may not agree, we value each other.  We make sure that we are able to tell each other what’s on our minds.

Sense of Humor– When all else fails we always laugh to make things better. My husband and I laugh out loud with each other everyday. He has the best sense of humor. He and I will text each other throughout the day and many of those text messages are comedy filled!

Admit you’ve made a mistake – I have to admit that this is one that i’m still working on. It takes plenty of courage to admit I’m wrong and I have made a mistake. I am getting better with this one and continue to improve.

Love Unconditionally– I love my husband unconditionally! I love him more today than the day we were married. We both love each other no matter what and we are each other’s biggest supporters.

Our marriage is all that I dreamed of and more. We are extremely thrilled with the thought of spending the rest of our lives together. We truly enjoy each other’s company and I feel that we have “our happily ever after.”

Fawn Weaver, the founder of the Happy Wives Club wrote a book about the best marriage secrets the world has to offer. They say the book is like “Eat, Pray, Love meets The 5 Love Languages.” I say the book is inspiring. You can grab a copy HERE.

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  1. I love that you mentioned sense of humor! My husband makes me laugh, and he always says I need my own show because I crack him up 😉 Our laughter and love has got us through ups and downs.
    I love that man!

    It’s refreshing to read about a happy marriage filled with love and laughter 🙂
    Here’s to many more HAPPY LOVE-FILLED Years!

  2. Great post! Admitting when I make a mistake has taken me years to learn but it’s definitely a huge one.
    Love your picture! You are both glowing 🙂 Thanks for sharing your light and love with the world!


    • Thanks Maggie for stopping by to read my post! I’m still working on admitting my mistakes but I know I have improved. 🙂

  3. I’m not always so great about admitting I’ve made a mistake either! But we must be doing something right…we’re going on 22 years!

  4. Such great things to remember in a marriage. I definitely have work to do with John, but that’s what is important about being committed to someone, you work at it and figure it out together little by little. We’ve only been at it going on 7 years and I hope to get to where you are in the next 7: that point where I can reflect on all that we’ve learned. We got the love part down though 🙂

  5. It’s was definitely hard for us when our boys were little like your girls. We really have learned so much from that and respect each other. You will get there too! Your love for each other will guide you Meg.

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