Tip #1: Always believe you're right, even if what your spouse says may make a little sense. You don't want to confuse them.
Tip #2: Spend as much time as possible away from your spouse. This will give you little reason to ever argue.
Tip #3: If you're the wife, always wear makeup even if it's only lipstick. Your husband doesn't like looking at the 'Before' picture.
Tip #4: If you're the husband, refrain from covering up your messy unkempt hair with a baseball hat. Your wife knows you're not paying attention to personal hygiene.
Tip #5: If you're the wife always demand gifts on Valentine's Day, your birthday, anniversary and Christmas. This is a real proof of your husband's love.
Tip #6: If you're the husband take your wife shopping starting three weeks ahead of any event to make sure you know exactly what she would like for Valentine's Day, her birthday, anniversary and Christmas.
Tip #7: Husbands should always remember "A Happy Wife is a Happy Life."
Tip #8: Wives should always remember their husbands live to serve.
Tip #9: If you're a wife remember that all men are the same so it won't do any good to trade yours in for a later model.
Tip #10:If you're a husband remember that if you are thinking the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, all cows eat grass.
What tips do you have for keeping love in your marriage?
Married 47 years.
Nancy Jill Thames was born to write mysteries. From her early days as the neighborhood story-teller to the Amazon Author Watch Bestseller List, she has always had a vivid imagination and loves to solve problems – perfect for plotting whodunits. In 2010, Nancy Jill published her first mystery Murder in Half Moon Bay, introducing her well-loved protagonist Jillian Bradley and clue-sniffing Yorkie “Teddy.”
When she isn’t plotting Jillian’s next perilous adventure, Nancy Jill travels between Texas, California, and Georgia finding new ways to spoil her grandchildren, playing classical favorites on her baby grand, or having afternoon tea with friends.
She lives with her husband in Texas and is a member of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) CenTex Chapter.
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