The hardest part of my typical day is to wake up early in the morning by the moment my alarm rings. I kept on pressing snooze and then snooze again, until I only got 15 minutes left to get myself ready for work. My body still wants to snuggle in between those soft pillows while enjoying the warmth of my blanket. For those who have an early shift for work, you can somehow relate to my sentiments about my struggles every morning.
This morning I woke up following the same routine. I had to wake up early again. Phew! I was so pissed in going out of the bed making me released a loud groan which woke up my husband. He thought I was having another terrible leg cramps. He immediately tried to check my legs if I was experiencing an excruciating pain and asked if I was ok. I answered him with a yawn, “Yes, I’m fine.” I told him I was just sleepy. I was giggling seeing his raw reactions.
He threw me his pillow to hide his embarrassment about how anxious he was, and asked me to get myself ready, instead of me disturbing his sleep.
With this incident, it made me realized how lucky I am for finding a man who truly cares for me. Its feels so satisfying knowing someone is there for you whenever you need help. Someone is ready to save you when you’re in pain. Someone is willing to sacrifice just to make sure you feel comfortable in every possible way.
My husband isn’t perfect, I know, but I am not looking for a perfect spouse. I prayed for a man who is willing to improve his imperfections with me. God blessed me with a better half whom I exactly prayed for, and I continuously pray for our marriage to have a solid foundation. With God as the center of our relationship, I am confident enough that we can surpass and make our relationship sturdy.
And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity