"You don't have to nit-pick every single thing I do, ALL THE TIME", I said hotly.
"I just walked in the door. What is wrong with you?"
I looked at him through the bathroom mirror and said, "I am worried that I am not going to be able to do this job, when I have such a hard time managing our family."
There is was.
I wasn't mad at Eric. I was just afraid.
How many times have you said something harsh to your spouse or kids because you have nowhere else to lay the fear and the angst?
I do it way to often.
Eric knows me so well and he does get irritated but on days like today he just lets it roll off his back.
"You are going to do great at your job, ya know."
God, I love that man.
Eric steers our ship.
Sure I like to think that I am the brains of the operations.(I am soooo not.)
The planner, saver, shopper, cook, maid, hug giver etc.
But he is our captain.
He is the guide.
The more I learn about my relationship with my Savior, the more I learn about my relationship with my husband and THAT is exactly where I want to be.
Loving God completely gives me the power to love my husband in ways I never dreamed.