Monday, March 22, 2010

A Happily Married Woman...

Friday night was the big night. MB, my boyfriend, my big night on the town to see Michael Buble. I talked about it ad nauseum and it was finally here. The day was bittersweet as my grandmother passed away this last week and her funeral and the concert happened to fall on the same day. Such sadness and joy all rolled into one.

But that just like life isn't it?

The seats were great, the company was better and the entertainment was beyond....

But the funniest thing happened to me as I was listening to him sing, as I was experiencing something that I could surely cross off my bucket list, as I was watching this...




All I could think about was him...



You see, every night when I go to bed after Sean, I find his foot and he wraps his toes around my toes and I happily fall to sleep. And as I sat there so tired from the events of the day, I just wanted to feel that foot....

Guess it just goes to show what a happily married woman I really am!

5 comments:

Tim and Sarah said...

Jen,

That post couldn't be any sweeter..How wonderfully romantic. I so appreciate that about you and Sean, you are both such a testament to real love, proof that despite years together and ups and downs and all the hectic normalcy of family life you can still be madly in love.

I so appreciate your sharing. And I am so deeply sorry to hear about your grandmother.

Love you..

Candi said...

Hi, I'm popping by from Just for the Joy of it! What a sweet post! So good to see (read) about happily married folks. Love that!

Jamie~ said...

That is awesome!!

I, too, love (adore, admire, listen to, sigh about, etc) Michael Buble, but there's no way that he could give me the goosebumps like my hubby does.

PS I do the same things with my toes!

Mama Llama said...

Oooh fun concert. And sweet of you to miss your hubby so much. I am not a toe cuddler though. :) Hopping over from "for the joy of it" link up! Have a great weekend!

Sharon said...

Oh Jen! I'm so glad you got to your concert... It must have been AMAZING! But I'm sorry to learn of your family's loss... You're right, isn't life just like that?

A beautiful thing to snuggle up with our husbands. It's honestly one of my favorite parts about being married.

Thanks for sharing your JOY this week... Hugs.