Four Sweet Things a Wife Can Do for Her Husband Four

November 4, 2008 by Dee Gold  
Published in Marriage

These are the fourth set of simple ways to get your husband’s attention and to keep the bond of marriage closer. I enjoyed writing these series that’s why I hope that anyone who reads them would find them helpful. Don’t forget that LESS is surely more.

Learn to Forgive and Forget

         I know many women will say that it’s easy to say that one can forgive but to forget is another thing.Yes I agree that this is one of the hardest thing to do but I hope with God’s guidance, every wife can do it.

Evening Walk Together

         Gazing at the stars while walking together and pointing at some constellations maybe considered as a romantic night out you’ll have as a married couple.

Sing Together

         Have fun singing a variety of songs like pop, rock, country, etc.You don’t need to hit the right notes, just enjoy the moment as you sing together.You can even add your theme song to the list.

Sway Together

          If you can sing together, why not try dancing to the music? You don’t need to be graceful, just play a sweet song that will both make you feel like dancing in a prom.You’ll feel young and light.

If you enjoyed these tips, I hope you’ll also read these:

Four Sweet Things A Wife Can Do for Her Husband

Four Sweet Things A Wife Can Do for Her Husband: Two

Four Sweet Things A Wife Can Do for Her Husband 3

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17 Responses to “Four Sweet Things a Wife Can Do for Her Husband Four”
  1. leannehume Says:

    Really lovely article, It’s nice to know that true love exists. Leanne

  2. Joie Schmidt Says:

    A very sweet, romantic article – nice work!



    -Liane Schmidt.

  3. nobert soloria bermosa Says:

    very sweet and romantic,good job

  4. dee gold Says:

    thank you for all your wonderful comments. God bless!

  5. Assemba Says:

    A wife can also be creative (I mean in everything such as cooking, and so on)… Just kidding. Loved reading your stuffs. Thanks!

  6. Dee Gold Says:

    thanks, i will keep that in mind,travelwriter.

  7. Brian Daniel Stankich Says:

    sounds good to me :-)

  8. AC Hamilton III Says:

    Right on the mark…I love it all,,,she doesn’t have a choice…I’m stronger….lol

    Really great stuff!


  9. Vickie C Jordan Says:

    Thanks DeeGold, sometimes life can get in the way of the things that are most importan to us. I adore my husband and was reminded as I read this article that I need to make sure he knows it before he leaves for work tonight. Thanks for sharing. I added you as my friend. Please visit my page and let me know what you think about my writing, I’d appreceat it.
    Have a blessed evening.

  10. Dee Gold Says:

    thanks for adding me as friend.I will visit your page.God bless!

  11. dee gold Says:

    thanks Ac and Brian

  12. Karen Gross Says:

    Good advice, very challenging to implement! I choose Phil.4:18 as a wedding text: Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things. This is also good advice which is very challenging to implement; but oh, so worth the effort!

  13. Dee Gold Says:

    yes,really worth the effort.Thanks for reminding me of Phil.4:18.God bless!

  14. Morgana Says:

    Sound like really good ideas…even though I’m not married.

  15. Dee Gold Says:

    If you have a boyfriend,these might be helpful,too.Thanks Morgana

  16. Likha Says:

    Mahirap yata ang sing together. Sintonado asawa ko eh. Enjoy to ah.

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