Saturday, June 29, 2013

Communication Fail

I think this might be our shortest blog post ever because well....there are just no words.

Yep, this about sums up the level of our marital communication today! (And it's staying this way because I refuse to go to adoption court with a bald husband. And no, it was not on purpose.)


  1. Oh we totally understand! I cut my husbands hair and was so frustrated and mad when he told me the "wrong" number two day before our wedding! It didn't really matter, but was a lot shorter than I wanted! And we are still married and sometimes I 'ooops' on his hair too.

  2. This is exactly what happened the last time (and final) time my husband asked me to cut his hair. We have no decided that a $15 trip to the Hair Cuttery is worth the investment...

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Our goal of this blog is to share stories (both good and bad), thoughts and insights about our marriage and we would love for you to jump into the conversation.

The goal is to provide three things:
1) HOPE for struggling couples that they are not alone.
2) GROWTH in our marriages and our understanding of marriage.
3) ENCOURAGEMENT to keep loving your spouse unconditionally.