Wise Words Wednesday — A Marriage Retreat

KissingA friend of mine recently asked me if my husband and I would have a chance to get away for a night alone before this baby comes.  Honestly?  It hadn’t occured to me!  But we are going to visit family at the beginning of October, and I’m sure they’d be more than happy to help us out with that.

I’m super excited, because two other ladies have recently suggested ways of connecting with your husband, both of which we can incorporate into our little getaway:

Lori, from The Generous Wife, recently posted a series of questions to ask your spouse, conversation-starters, if you will, ways of opening up to each other and reconnecting.

Christine, from iDreamofClean, wrote a guest post for The Finer Things in Life, suggesting a marriage plan and giving ideas for how to create one.

Thank you ladies, for your sweet and helpful suggestions; I can’t wait to try them out on our romantic getaway next month!

Now, it’s your turn.  What is the wisest advice you’ve ever received about preserving and improving and developing your marriage for the glory of God?  Feel free to link up, leave a comment, or both!

One thought on “Wise Words Wednesday — A Marriage Retreat

  1. [I have copied and pasted comments that were left prior to the 2014 blog transfer.]

    “When I saw the subject line in my google reader I just HAD to click over…since marriage really is my passion (not cleaning :-) and what a surprise to see you mentioned my post! I am thrilled you and your husband are going to get away together to dream about the future. It will be such a blessing! It’s great when a couple having marriage problems decides to “work” on them but it is So Much Greater when a couple with a good or great marriage takes it up a notch! You are a wonderful example for us all.”
    — Comment by Christine (iDreamofClean) — September 8, 2010 @ 8:27 pm

    “I miss your blog.”
    — Comment by Tawna — January 6, 2011 @ 2:48 pm

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