I am an expressive person and so is Rhonnel. We both love to express how much we care and how much we love each other. I can say that on our 10 years of marriage, the heat is still there. We somehow found ways over the years to show our love for each other. We don’t need Cupid to spice up our love and keep the fire burning. Our secret…sweet gestures of love.
Aside from the daily I love you’s, good nights and sweet dreams, there are lots of ways to impart a hearthwarming thoughts in our head. I love stashing notes when Rhonnel can surely find them, in his pocket, wallet, and even in his shoes. Sometimes I am telling him that we will just have canned goods for our meal because I am not in the mood to cook but surprise him with his favorite food instead.
As for Rhonnel, he is posting notes on our refrigerator door expressing how much he appreciates everything I do for him and RJ. He loves giving me body massage whenever he knows I am tired because of the day’s work or surprises me with my favorite TV series and we will watch together while cuddling and munching our favorite chips. I like it too when he helps me with the household chores. It is fun when we are doing the laundry or the dishes together.
We both glad that RJ knows how to express her feelings too. Most of the time she is handing us notes with “I love you, Papa and Mama” in it or hug and kiss us while saying how much she loves us.
These simple gestures remind us how much important we are to each other and how much we love each other. Gestures of love are not just a husband and wife or a family thing. You can also show gestures of love to your friends and neighbors by doing little deeds of kindness. It doesn’t have to take a lot of your time and it doesn’t have to take any of your money.