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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Tips for Wives - Greetings

A hug and a kiss is what marks our comings and goings away from and back to each other. Whenever any one of us forgets the other one reminds and gives it. I love this tradition.

...How do you greet your husband after a separation (anything from just the afternoon to several days away)? What does it say about how you feel about him? What would you like for him to know? How could you show that?

A smile is the universal welcome.
Max Eastman

Be generous! Lori
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  1. I always greet him with a hug and a kiss!

  2. I so agree with you! Dropped in from SITS...

  3. My husband and I always give a hug and kiss when we reunite. Even when he works late and if I'm sleeping, he still comes in to make sure I know he's home and gives me a hug. We've been together a number of years and I know we'll still be doing it when (&if) we're 90.
    It's those little things that further cement the bond.

  4. My hubby and I have worked different shifts for years... sometimes, the only contact we have is a hug hello and a kiss goodbye. A cheerful, loving greeting (and subsequent farewell!) are intrinsic to our relationship!


  5. When Mike comes home from work for lunch I try to run outside and hug him. Silly but he loves it. He usually picks me up and I yell "put me down!! the neighbors are watching!" to which he'll answer "So what will they see? Two people in love."

  6. I love it when my wife greets me with affection.

  7. I always have a smile and a "Howdy!" to share, even with the Grinches in my life...


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