My lovely niece is getting married on Saturday, the first of the grandchildren to take the plunge. Yesterday, my oldest niece and brother and sister-in-law hosted an impressive BBQ and shower for the couple. Since the wedding present isn’t finished yet and probably won’t be until oh, I don’t know, December or so, I gave the happy couple a series of black and white photographs for their kitchen. I also gave them:
Many think that love is all that is needed for a marriage to thrive, but love alone grows stale without mixing in kindness and respect.
Similarly, combining two individuals for too long can result in bitterness. Each must have their own unique time and interests before they can properly complement the other.
Apply liberal amounts of patience and understanding as needed.
Much like a making a soufflé, marriage should be handled with care and like a friendship should never be taken for granted.
Your marriage should be your home. Your home should be the place you are the most secure, the place you can be yourself without fear of judgment. Trusting one another is vital, as is sharing your dreams, hopes and fears. Caring about each other is more than a sprinkling of emotion. It comes from the soul and extends through your heart.
Approach Love and Cooking with Reckless Abandon
What are your tips for a successful marriage?