This is not my original composition. Rather, I copied this from another wife’s blog the Time-Warp Wife. But it pretty much sums up who you are so I thought of copying her points and putting in my own message.
1. I’m proud of you – I’m proud to be your wife, to call you my husband and to have you as the father of our children. You’re a good man whose character is the evidence of your strong faith in God.
2. You’re a great father – Tonight, as you spend time with our relatives while Dindin and I stayed home, she told me to send you a text message, as follows: “Papa I really miss you. But you can kiss my love. And our sins are forgiven. And I really, really, really REALLY love you! Good night Papa! I really love you.” She told me what to key in and she read it before I sent it. I believe that despite the incoherence, she just wants to express her overwhelming love for you that she cannot fully explain. Because you also love her so much, too.
3. You’re the best husband EVER – You are my best friend, my confidante, my lover, and the keeper of my heart. You love me and protect me, sometimes far beyond my comprehension. You only have my best interest in mind. You love me with all your heart. You are one of my greatest blessings from God, and indeed, “your love is a gift that I open every day.” And the best thing is, no matter how I look on the outside, you don’t seem to mind and you always affirm to me that I am the most beautiful for you. Priceless. 😀
4. Thank you for your tireless efforts – You do not only work hard to provide for us but after work, you do your best to help out in the tasks and chores.
5. We appreciate the little things you do – Both Dindin and I appreciate whatever little gestures of love that you show us. They need not be elaborate, because we know that these are expressions of your genuine love for us.
6. I want to grow old with you – Who else would I want to grow old with but with the one who has loved me, understood me, and accepted me the way I am.
7. I love you …..
8. You are a good friend – Sometimes I wonder why you spend so much time on Facebook. But I know the answer. You love and care for your friends. You want to be updated about their lives and you take time to chat with people, send them encouraging words or links to online articles that they might need or you think that can help them. You challenge them to do what is right and you direct them to God. Most of all, you try to be there when they need you. When you ask the question, “How are you?” you are sincere in that because you want to know how they are doing in their lives and you are willing to listen if they want to share their problems with you.
I am truly blessed that you have chosen me above all women to be your wife. And I am proud to be by your side.