|Dancing during the anniversary dance at the luau. |
Photo by John Abassian
Today I was meditating and praying and thanking God for Zane, and I just wrote out some reasons why I'm so thankful for him:
He is forgiving and understanding and servant-hearted.
He is sensitive and tender and gracious, yet he is also strong and assertive and protective.
He is capable and confident.
He is self-aware and always striving to improve.
He is light-hearted and ridiculously silly, yet deep and serious and insightful.
He is superior to me in practically every way, setting a good example of overlooking sin, patience, and forgiveness.
I am so proud to be his wife. I'm always glad to show him off and never feel like I have to make excuses for him.
His good character speaks for itself.
His friendliness is evident.
He's genuine and sincere.
He's honest and of high integrity.
I imagine that it would be wonderful to be his daughter, but it's a higher honor and privilege and a dream come true to be his true love, the object of his commitment and desire.
I am the one he loves, his wife.