19 August 2005

I'm putting a warning right at the top of this entry. This is going to be mushy and lovey-dovey. If you don't like that kind of thing, run run away.

I decided to dedicate an entry to the good parts of Liam. This is partly to make up for what a good sport he was about the previous entry that picked on him, and partly because today is our one-year wedding anniversary. I also decided to make this a public statement because although I tease Liam quite often in front of others, I don't think that I acknowledge nearly often enough what a dear and wonderful man he is. So, here we go...

Liam, there are so many things about you for which I'm grateful. Thank you a million times over for the million ways in which you make my life better.

Thank you for your kindness and patience. You treat me better than I sometimes feel I deserve, and you put up with my mood swings, rants, and pickiness with grace. I'm still not quite sure how you manage it.

Thank you for how hard you work to provide for us. I truly appreciate being a stay at home mom, and I could obviously never do this without you working so hard. For all the work you do and all the extra hours you put into overtime, thank you.

Thank you for being such a great dad. I never dared hope that I would find someone who would be as wonderful as you have been with Nicholas. And for this coming baby, thank you for taking care of me during this pregnancy and supporting me by attending all the doctor's appointments. I love that you're just as thrilled over every little milestone as I am.

Thank you for being my best friend. I truly do feel that I have found my partner in life on all levels. This past year has been incredible. You've brought so much happiness and fulfillment into my life. The happy times have been blissful, the tough times have been few and far between, and the life before us fills me with joy.

7 comments:

yech. said...

Oh my god. Now I am drowning in sentimental schlock. Please leave these queer rantings off the blog.

KimProbable said...

There was a disclaimer at the top. If you don't understand the instructions "Run run away" it's your problem.

Liam J. said...

Kim, I didn't know you had an editor. Wow, how long until we start getting paid for this stuff?

domesticvixen said...

That's so sweet! Liam does realize it's the preggers hormones speaking, right?
Those hormones are like wine - they certainly free the woman of inhibitions, but also leave quite the hangover.
This is why Rob is fixed.

KimProbable said...

Hhmm...I've written much mushier letters to Lumpy in non-pregnant states. I think it may just be that I love him.

domesticvixen said...

Oh. See, I'm not the mushy lover of our relationship. I leave that to the hairy one.

KimProbable said...

Mushiness and hariness...hmm. Quite the combo!

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