Nagging Support

As we drove home from a doctor’s appointment, I noticed the speedometer slowly creeping upward. “Uh, honey, the speed limit is 40 here,” I commented, looking over to see husband’s response. For some strange reason, he wasn’t always receptive to my driving suggestions.

Dear sweet hubby reached over and patted my knee. “Susie, you can criticize my driving all you want,” he said softly, love shining through the words. “I don’t mind anymore.”

Oh, boy, is he ever going to regret that statement!

About susanmaas

I grew up in the green state of Oregon, coming to love the birds, flowers, and other wild things of the woods. Our family homeschooled for sixteen years, spending wonderful vacations at the beach or camping in the western United States and British Columbia. For most of my adult life, I have been a part-time writer, creating personal experience stories, homeschooling articles, devotionals, Sunday school curriculum, and children's stories and books. I enjoy looking for signs of the eternal in nature and the small, everything events in our lives.
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2 Responses to Nagging Support

  1. Diane Smith says:

    Susan: My thoughts and prayers are with you today. I pray the surgery and treatments will help you overcome this cancer and you’ll have a full recovery.

    God bless you.
    Diane Smith

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