365 Reasons I Married My Husband (Reasons 169-175)

The reason I married my husband is…

169. …he hangs he toilet paper over not under. Every person has weird quirks and I am no exception. I like for the toilet paper to hang over not under. I mentioned this to hubby one time when he hung the paper under. He looked at me like there are more things in life to worry about than toilet paper direction, but he’s always made sure to hang the paper over not under.

170. …he’ll say it to your face. Do not ask my husband a question if you don’t want a truthful and honest answer. If he has a problem with you, you’ll know it. He’s not one to be nice in your face and talk about you behind your back.

171. …he’s always cool, calm and collected. Hubby is very good at dealing with stressful situations. He rarely ever lets things get to him. He’s told me that no matter how difficult a given situation, he always feels like he can win. Confidence in a man is so attractive.

172. …he’s courteous. If Hubby and I are sitting on the couch and he gets up to grab something from the kitchen he always asks if I want him to grab something for me.

173. …he doesn’t have selective hearing. Rarely do I ever have to nag hubby to do something repeatedly or fuss at him because he left out specific detail about something important. He makes me feel as if he is listening to me by not neglecting the small details.

174. …he reads instructions. I think I’m smart enough to do everything without reading the instructions. That’s probably why everything I try to put together takes 10 times longer. I admire hubby for reading the directions. I wish I could be more like him, but old habits die hard.

175. …he does his research. Hubby is willing to spend a good amount of time making sure he’s making good financial decisions. When he was planning to buy a car he read consumer reports and did research about gas mileage and maintenance costs. When he was searching for a new place for us to live he read reviews, researched the development of the neighborhood and made phone calls to ask specific questions about a property. He likes to make sure that he’s not only getting a good deal, but that he’s knowledgeable about his purchase.

There are 168 other reasons I married my hubby. Check them out below:

Reasons 1-7

Reasons 7-14

Reasons 15-21

Reasons 22-28

Reasons 29-35

Reasons 36-42

Reasons 43-49

Reasons 50-56

Reasons 57-63

Reasons 64-70

Reasons 71-77

Reasons 78-84

Reasons 85-91

Reasons 92-98

Reasons 99-105

Reasons 106-112

Reasons 113-119

Reasons 120-126

Reasons 127-133

Reasons 134-140

Reasons 141-147

Reasons 148-154

Reasons 155-161

Reasons 162-168

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5 Responses to 365 Reasons I Married My Husband (Reasons 169-175)

  1. Jocelyn awesome as always. BTW your posts have helped me understand better what kind of man God wants me to have.
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  2. Loved reading about what you are doing. Your man must feel super honored!
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  3. edmond0925 says:

    Great reasons! You even add small things that he do! I wonder why my wife married me? I'll ask her! Still have a long way to go! Can;'t wait to see what you write!
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  4. The first time I got married, it was because I thought that was what you were supposed to do. I thought the whole purpose to life was to grow up, get married and have kids. I met a man that was good to me, we got along well, I thought I loved him at the time so why not? It lasted 10 years. The second time I got married it was because I couldn’t see myself ever living without him. He is the man that I want to grow old with. He is the man that I want to be sitting next to on our rocking chairs when we’re old and gray. We could have gone our whole lives without getting married but we wanted to have that extra bond. We wanted to stand up in front of the preacher and promise to be with each other forever. It was for us, not anyone else. We didn’t even invite anyone else to the wedding. We had been through so much together, cancer, divorces, custody battles, drug addiction, mental illness. You name it and we had already been through it and come out stronger on the other side. I wanted to make that promise to him. That is why we got married.

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