4 thoughts on “For Better or Worse … but Never For Granted

  1. Big Hugs, “other” Heidi!!! I just felt for you here as you showed us how fragile our marriages and families can be when we fall prey to the busyness of life. Thank you for your honesty in what you are going through right now. I will keep you and your family in my prayers as you go about this busy season in your life. More hugs coming…

  2. Thank you Heidi for this insight. My husband and I have been married for 15 yrs next week. We are blessed with four beautiful daughters. To find time for us and our marriage to fit in our life. I really think it’s also important to try to take an hour before bed if u don’t have much time to connect. No technology, no media just us. No matter how tired or busy we are I think we both feel stronger and more in love with just that time together. Marriage is sometimes twice as hard as the job of being a parent at times and many forget that.

  3. Thank you for these words…my husband and I were able to get a way last weekend for a bit, what a blessing and needed investment!

    On a side note – awhile back my husband called and said, “There’s a homeschooling family on Dobson, you should listen.” It was you…I’ve been following you for awhile, but enjoyed hearing him share what impacted his heart and thrilled to tell him you’ll be at the TTD conference in Omaha! I read so many good things about last weekend, I’m looking forward to seeing you soon in Nebraska! Trust God will speak thru you once again!!

  4. Thank you for this post, and for all the posts you share and take the time to write, last week we celebrated 16 years of marriage, and in this 16 years we really have not been intentional about spending time with each other, we love our girls but I am sure we are not giving a good example letting them interrupt the few and short conversations we have everyday .. we plan to go out, but it just does not happen.

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