Happy Thoughts:

8/16/10

From the Hubby

 ( Old picture from the barracks, he was modeling his new Express tie.)

Got the most amazing goodnight email from my Daddycakes tonight, damn I miss him.


Here you are my love hope to hear form you baby mu-ah! sweet dreams and here is a Lil something to soothe the heart ache of love apart! MUUUAAAH!


"A pointless game"

His busy body, busy mind
rampant and racing for something to fill his time
To occupy the space where his wife had filled his mind
For now they're only heart aches;
Reminders of what he left behind
And as one task is completed another takes it's place;
So that all his days are hurried; his mind at fevered pace
And his body needs be busy?!
So he pushes pulls and strains!
As if to rid his mind of her heavenly sweet name
And as he lay in bed weary from the day
He thinks himself a fool;
Playing a pointless game!
For all the while he toiled
His motivation was...
And is her name!
Teary eyed and quiet
A grin slowly grips his face
As he marvels at his revelation
"That it took a woman for this man to learn his place!"
                                               

Your never far from thought my Love
Know this
And know that you set you set my heart aflame!
 
                                            - your hubby

 

10 comments:

  1. wow! tell your hubs to come and talk to my hubs. lol! that was beautiful.

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  2. That's great ma'am... i bet that brought a smile to your face, and also a few tears. Sweet dreams will come to you tonight! :)

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  3. awwww very sweet! He has a way with words!

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  4. So sweet that he writes you poems!

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  5. Wow, I wish my hubby wrote me poems... but he's not exactly the poetic type :) Very sweet that your hubby has such a sensitive side!

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  6. That was so amazing! He's such a great writer! Hopefully that soothed the heartache a little!

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  7. That was one of the sweetest things I have ever read! What an amazing hubby! :)

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  8. My goodness, if only all men were so great with words!

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