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After all these years of marriage, sometimes our spouses can still surprise us. Not very often, but once in awhile...... πŸ˜‚

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You are right about that, Cathey! My husband who sits in the same spot every morning definitely surprised me β€” this one time. πŸ˜‚

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Mar 1Liked by Jan Stoneburner

Changed relationships can be difficult but time heals all wounds!

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Hi Vicki β€” I was really excited about this change!!! 😁

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Not married, but I guess anyone can surprise us. Thanks for sharing Jan!

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Jan you always put a smile on my face when I read your stories....you are never to old to change just great 😊

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Love this! My parents had records from all the Broadway shows they enjoyed when Day was at West Point and Mom would visit from.her college. I watched Oklahoma with my NZ husband, who was amazed that I could sing along with every song and also do some of the choreography. I'm Just A Girl Who Can't Say No is a bit racy now that I'm all grown up. ;). Who.knew?

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Haha, this is a great read. We've only been married for three years, so no idea how we will evolve. One thing though. I am not a person who watches movies. I love binging series shows and will do so for hours. My husband loves movies and going to the theater. I've been to two movie theaters in my life where I didn't fall asleep. I went to see the movie Casino, and the other was Scarface. The rest I'm asleep within minutes of the previews starting. The first movie I was allowed to go see on my own was Doctor Zhivago, at around 14 years old, it set the stage for falling asleep moving forward.

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Thank you for sharing Jan I loved what your husband said when the gentleman vomited on himself and the lady next to him awesome. My husband Dan and I have been married well it will be 31 years in April on the 24th. We’ve been through our share of ups and downs but we have learned quite a bit about each other through the years. My husband has surprised me through the years with flowers a nice dinner and I’ve appreciated them all. But just being home and being with him is the best gift ever. We still have a long way to go and still can learn more about each other. But love always prevails and that’s what matters.

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