SAL-VA-TION: by grace

E-LEV-EN: children from 1984 to 2006

HOME-SCHOOL-ING: since 1990

DOWN-SYN-DROME: susie and gabe

GRAND-CHILD-REN: since 2010

FAITH-FUL-NESS: my steadfast rock, my biggest supporter, my leader, my friend, my love, my husband

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Word Conservation

I mentioned before that my husband can be a man a few words. Well, I guess there's truth in the adage that married people grow more like each other over the years. Keith walked into the living room the other night and said,
I replied,
He turned and left the room.

One of the boys just shook his head and said,
"Wow, two words and it was a conversation."


Krystal said...

This sounds like me and my husband...
Although I still can chat his ear off!

Keelie said...

You know, I'm definitely not a woman of few words! My husband will often interrupt my conversations with people telling me that I have the most boring conversations ever!:/ Sorry to those who politely listen! But, it is amazing how you just know what the other is talking about after being married for even a few years (going on 5!)! Corey often wonders how I knew just what he was going to ask and answer before he asks it!:)

Krystal said...

Thanks so much for leaving comment love on my blog!
How awesome to have spent that kind of time with your husband and kids in Alaska. Alaska is truely God's country and I love this place almost more than anything else in this world.

Check my blog often for latest updates on the log cabin project

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Dana said...

That's great! I've heard a few of those conversations and they just make me chuckle. I love you two!!!