I watch a friends puppy while she’s working three days a week and oh my god I can’t take it he doesn’t listen he’s so annoying and I just can’t take having three dogs in this apartment.
I would like to make a few life changes:
Finding and attending a church again.
Exercising regularly and making smarter food choices.
Letting go of any negativity; learning to love more.
Those are the three that I deemed most important. I am on my way to a healthier mind, body, and soul.
I want to memorize every hill and valley of my husbands face. The way his brows furrow when he’s angry or serious, the way his lips press together when he’s concentrating extremely hard, whether it be fixing something or just playing video games. Or my favorite: the way his whole face lights up when he smiles, really smiles. I never want to forget that smile. I swear to you I could look at him forever; he’ll never be anything less than perfect to me.
I feel like the majority of our conversations have revolved around dress blues lately (okay, maybe not the majority, but definitely two of them.)
Firstly, one of the guys in Simon’s shop wants to go out to dinner with the two of us and his new wife, and he requested that Simon wear his dress blues. Simon was completely against it, but extremely long story short, he lost a bet and is now wearing them. Now, I feel kind of odd about it. I have always disliked when those in the military wore their uniforms out to eat just because. Plus, I don’t like being the center of attention and I hate being embarrassed. BUT, I guess I’ll get over it because he looks damn sexy in those things.
Secondly (and lastly,) I think he is sort of leaning towards wearing his blues for our wedding. Which I did not push him towards at all, because I was very adamant about making him feel forced to do so. But, work has been going well for him lately, so he hasn’t been putting such a negative light on his job, and he also realized it may be a little more cost effective. Plus, my dad explained to us, it’s our wedding, so if he wants to wear his blues for the ceremony, photos and our first dance, he can, and then he can go and change into a suit, or whatever he damn well pleases