my hero

The man with the most patience in the world
He can untangle any necklace
Makes a mean eggs, onions & potato breakfast
He owns my heart
(not necessarily in that order!)

45 comments:

  1. That's really nice. And I know he loves you too.

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  2. Everyone needs a hero in their life, looks like you have had the good fortune to find yours.

    (I am a great believer in Karma, what goes around, comes around - I am guessing he counts himself pretty lucky too..)

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  3. Awww - I'm glad I popped over to see this one. The love between you two is palpable. Even from here.

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  4. Sweet! Everyone needs their own personal necklace untangler. You're blessed to have a good guy.

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  5. Ah yes - there's always a good reason why we marry them - they can untangle necklaces. This is important. I know.

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  6. What a lovely post! I'm feeling ya girlfriend! We just got lucky I guess...

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  7. so sweet....

    while my husband is still in NJ, I miss his deordorant sitting next to mine...

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  8. And he can paint!

    This photo makes him look like a magician, doesn't it?!! Cool.

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  9. :) Loved that simple post.

    --leendaluu

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  10. and he's a funny tooner too!

    and the sexy George Carlin thing going on

    alright! I'll stop flirting with your husband

    I love the photo, the light and the expression are perfect

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  11. This is one of the nicer tributes I've seen. And who but an artiste would have her camera on-hand for the necklace unveiling?

    Fabulous.

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  12. I like this - sweet and simple. I'm planning a post for my "hero" for our 5 year wedding anniversary on Friday...must be a week for love!

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  13. "Looook into my eyes. You are feeling veeeery sleeeepy."

    Okay, it worked. He hypnotized me.

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  14. what more can a girl ask for?
    i think you'd call him a keeper :)
    hugs

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  15. I love that you speak glowingly of your husband. He's a cutie, too. :)

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  16. So, he's got a brother?

    Seriously, "and the sexy George Carlin thing going on" is goood.
    more than one gal blogger seem to think Ray is the cats pajamas. oy.

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  17. What a wonderful man who has a wonderful wife who can still say wonderful things about him after so many years of marriage. It gives us hope.

    The photo is as gorgeous as the words.

    Can you bring him next time you visit here?

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  18. I love it! What a great shot! And a very nice tribute!

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  19. I am the champion of untangling things - especially necklaces!!!
    That's a good man you've got there. He's lucky, too. :)

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  20. Daryl.. an incredibly touching
    comment . Very sweet ...

    and my rumbly tummy would love an
    order of those eggs,onions and potatoes...

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  21. Great shot and untangling necklaces takes a true hero.

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  22. You're lucky to have found each other. Embrace life!

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  23. Perfect words, creative photo ~and if it weren't for my husband I would never wear a necklace or else I would wear a tangled mass of necklaces - thank goodness for our heroes!

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  24. I keep telling you that this guy is a KEEPER and he does knots in necklaces too? Lucky soul mates!
    Joyce

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  25. Give him extra credit for making good breakfast. A lot of men don't cook. Those of us that do, usually do it well.

    No extra credit for untangling necklaces. Just say a simple 'thank you'. It's built into mens genes to be able to do that easily.

    Sorry about the word verification, I use the the moderation route.

    I see you had some severe storms in NYC last night. It made the 'front page' of the weather channel.

    I hope everything is well with y'all.

    Thanks for the visit to the new blog.

    Your Texas friends,
    Troy and Martha

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  26. Oh you have one too!! MWM is great at untangling things and has the patience of Job. Me? I'd have thrown it in the bin! LOL

    Aren't we lucky ladies? :)

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  27. Aww... I'm all tingly.

    Okay I'm over it.

    Well maybe not quite over it.

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  28. Oh so so cute....and you've been married how long?........I had to drive all the way downtown to Atlanta on Monday to have my necklace chain untangled at Tiffany's.....now i know where to go next time...

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  29. You better hang on to him just for the necklace untangling.

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  30. It's amazing the things that make us love them. Patiently untangling a necklace should be on a potential husband resume!

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  31. It was such a breath of fresh air to stroll through Darylland:) It feels so good to be back on track!

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