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medium_11148652844My future sister-in-law shared this the other day and I loved it — so I had to share it with you!

“My marriage isn’t perfect. No marriage is.

“I’ve been known to throw orange juice across the kitchen, pitch a complete fit over something totally irrational, and go silent for days.

“Yay me.

“But twenty two years has taught me love, real love, is two people deciding to stay. Work it out. Fall in love again. And fight for, not against, one another.

“Each morning I have a routine with my husband. It’s simple. Nothing profound. Nothing epic.

“It’s just a moment.

“He asks me to help him pick a tie. He then needs gentle hands to fold the collar over.

“Actually, he doesn’t need. He wants gentle hands to fold the collar over. And I do. It’s just a moment. But it’s a moment where we stop. We see what a gift imperfect love is. We find “us” in the middle of the rUSh.

What do you do to find “us” in the middle of the rush?

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photo credit: Colby Stopa