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Talking Tuesday

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

TalkingTuesday

Share your thoughts, feelings, and stories as well as respond to others regarding these questions:

Form an acrostic of things you appreciate about your spouse, family, and/or life with the word “THANKFUL”? Feel free to explain your word choices.

I’ll get us started …

T – Trustworthy: How thankful I am that I can trust my husband enough to be vulnerable with dreams, fears, thoughts, ideas, and emotions that I otherwise wouldn’t share with someone.

H – Health: What a blessing it is to have our health. So many are fighting for their lives out there, and it’s easy to take our health for granted.

A – Awesome: I have an awesome family that I can share with, talk to, laugh with, cry with, and count on to pray, support, and encourage me no matter what.

N – Noble: This is a word that describes my husband well. I am so thankful for the godly man that he is!

K – Kindhearted: I feel like this describes my husband and my family so well! I honestly have never met a kinder, more thoughtful, generous, and loving bunch than my loved ones, and I so admire that about them!

F – Fun: My husband, Steve, and I have the best time together! Whether it’s grocery shopping, watching a movie, traveling, and everything in between, we have a blast together, and I love that!

U – Understanding: I appreciate that I can go to my husband, family, and friends and find understanding there. There’s something about knowing they are listening and care that makes the burdens of life that much lighter.

L – Love: To love and be loved is simply one of the greatest joys of life.

Okay, it’s your turn!

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Talking Tuesday

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

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Share your thoughts, feelings, and stories as well as respond to others regarding these questions:

Last week, many of you said you loved the Talking Tuesday activity of forming an acrostic with your spouse’s name. We had a suggestion (thanks Erin Hensche!) to do a part 2 this week, so here it is:

Form an acrostic (fancy word for taking each letter of a name and using it to form a word about that person) with you and your spouse’s last name describing your relationship (as you see it or others might perceive it).  

I’ll get us started …

M – Meaningful

C – Comedic

I – Incredible

L – Loving

W – Whimsical

A – Adventurous

I – Insightful

N – Novel

Okay, it’s your turn!

Talking Tuesday Weekly Announcement REVISED

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Talking Tuesday

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

TalkingTuesday

Share your thoughts, feelings, and stories as well as respond to others regarding these questions:

Form an acrostic (fancy word for taking each letter of someone’s name and using it to form a word about them) with your spouse or significant other’s name. If you’re single, do one for your own name or someone you love.  

I’ll get us started …

S – Smart

T – Thoughtful

E – Encouraging

V – Virtuous

E – Engaging

Okay, it’s your turn! Ps. Special thanks to Ricinda Perry for giving me this great Talking Tuesday idea!

Talking Tuesday Weekly Announcement REVISED

If you have a question you would like to see asked in our weekly Talking Tuesday discussions, we want to know what it is! Just contact us with your idea!

*To comment on this entry, simply click on the “no comment” link in blue just below the post (if someone has already commented, you will see a number instead of “no” in front of “comment”). Fill out the form that pops up. Your name & email are not required. Once you have entered your comment, click on the “Submit a Comment,” and it will appear once it is approved for posting.