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3 Things I Learned From My Husband

One of the most delicious things about being a wife is learning from spending so much time with someone whose strengths are different from mine. Here are three I have learned from my second husband, Ed:

  1. In just 48 hours, the tomorrow I'm busy fearing today will be the yesterday I have no time to think about.
  2. Multitasking is much less sexy and joy-producing than being focused on one thing, one person, one idea at a time.
  3. Laughing silently is not nearly as healthy for me as laughing out loud.

What have you learned from your life partner?

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