Yesterday, my husband had the day off, after barely seeing him for the last several weeks. I wanted him to be able to spend time doing what he loves, which is golf, but I so wanted to spend time with him. So, I decided to go with him to play golf and drive the golf cart. I didn't plan to play because I have tried before and honestly, I can't seem to launch the ball...it bounces down the fairway. He took some of his mom's old clubs for me just in case. When we were far away from anyone who could see, I got out a driver...and launched that ball like I have never done! I was so excited, so I hit it again, and off it went....and went....and went...over the green, and into the rough. So, where I couldn't get it airborn before, now it goes too far. Obviously, I have a long way to go, but I am getting there. The reason I am mentioning this is that we need to continue to learn new things even if they seem hard, and especially if that is a passion of a loved one. I want my husband to have plenty of guy time with his friends, which is super important, but I also want us to have quality time together playing. Couples need to understand how important play time is to their relationships! Do we have a perfect relationship? No! There isn't such a thing! We are two unique individuals created by God to have special talents and abilities. With that, we have our own quirks, and sometimes we annoy each other. But learn to laugh together, enjoy each other's company, and find some common interests, and your relationship will withstand the trials that will come your way! The trials are inevitable! Everyone has them! So, go play!
Hi, I am Sharon Farmer. I am married, have a great son and sweet daughter-in-law, my parents moved down here years ago, so we share a house (Mom passed away almost two years ago now), and I am ready for a change in my life....hence the blog!