This year, Sweetest Day is celebrated on Saturday, October 15, 2011...



For Healthy Marriages
Setting aside a day in early autumn to family and loved ones, romantic gift exchanges are the most typical way to celebrate Sweetest Day. Families and individuals may also “sweeten the pot” with their own special traditions with gifts of flowers, fruit bouquets, poems & e-cards:
• You admire the way the other person looks at you with love and affection.
• You love the beautiful eyes of the other person.
• You realize that how tough the life is without the other person.
• You really enjoy the company of the other person.
• You feel how important to share various aspects of life with him or her.
• You admire the fact that no matter what happens, the sweetest person of your life will always stay beside you.
• You understand that small jokes that the other person shares with you always act as fresh air in your life.
• You respect the other person as he or she is one of the best teachers in your entire life.
• You like the way he or she thinks about your very own problems.
• You love the sweetness and tenderness of the other person.
• You admire the way the other person looks at you with love and affection.
• You love the beautiful eyes of the other person.
• You realize that how tough the life is without the other person.
• You really enjoy the company of the other person.
• You feel how important to share various aspects of life with him or her.
• Even if you are away, the sweet person still stays in touch with you.
• You learn and admire his or her sense of humor.
• You learn from the stillness and confidence of the other person.
• The other person is really sweet to you because of how well he or she treats you.
• You love the way he or she supports you when you are off track.

Commissioned - Ordinary Just Won’t Do…..For A Healthy Marriage©

— with Marcus Gloria Whyte.

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