7 Secrets To Wedded Bliss

If you are looking for 7 secrets to wedded bliss; you’ve come to the right place! First, lets get this straight… On the day you say “I do,” you are promising someone that you will love them unconditionally for the rest of your life… Like, forever… That’s so beautiful….So really, by definition of “unconditional love” you are promising that (no matter the circumstances) you will deal with someone else’s bullshit for the rest of your life. Like, forever… Let that soak in for a minute.

unconditional: 

[uhn-kuh n-dishuh-nl]

adjective  

1. not limited by conditionsabsolute : an unconditional promise.

So really, by definition of “unconditional love” you are promising that (no matter the circumstances) you will deal with someone else’s bullshit  for the rest of your life.  Like, forever… Let that soak in for a minute… Your almost ready for the (sarcastic)  7 secrets to wedded bliss!

 

Guys,

This means you are going to have to wait for her to get ready.  And then she’ll get ready again. She’ll change her outfit three times and then she’ll change back into the original outfit she had on an hour ago. Just shut up and deal with it. Then you’ll head out to the same restaurant you’ve gone to every week for the last 10 years and order the same steak and beer, because you both can’t ever agree on a different place to eat. She’ll spend too much money, she’ll forget to pay a bill every now and then and her cooking will probably never be like your mother’s. She’ll get pissed off at you because you’re so damn annoying but just shut up and deal with it.

Waiting on a woman

Girls,

You’re going to have to pick up his shit, wash his underwear, ask him what he wants to eat 80 times a day because he says, “I don’t care.” You’ll make a suggestion and then he really doesn’t feel like eating that.  But he said, “I don’t care” when in fact, he really does care! You’ll watch hunting, fishing, zombie and viking shit on TV every day for the rest of your life…

BUT at the end of the day, you love each other unconditionally and that’s all that matters!

7 Secrets To Wedded Bliss

7 Secrets To Wedded Bliss 

  1. Don’t be an asshole.
  2. Communication is NOT always the key: Sometimes, knowing when to shut the hell up is way more valuable than dragging out an argument.  (Of course, communication is important too!)
  3. Pick your battles: Seriously. Not everything has to be a drawn out argument.  When you start picking your battles, you realize you kinda don’t give a shit as much as you thought you did. Nagging is so annoying that you should be totally annoyed with yourself if you can’t shut the hell up over the little things.
  4. Get over it: If it’s not something that will define the rest of your life together; just get over it.  You will piss each other off but no one is perfect. Don’t expect an apology every time. No one needs to be sorry for their genuine feelings.  Just get over it!
  5. Put up with each other’s bullshit: Like, all of it.  You married it. You deal with it.
  6. Don’t ask me where I want to eat if you are not willing to eat there!
  7. Remember why you love each other: There’s obviously a reason why you wanted to spend the rest of your life together.  Always remember what that reason was and go back to that.  Always go back to that.

 

 




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DIY Burlap Wreath

You can now make a beautiful statement when guests walk up to your home with this DIY Burlap Wreath tutorial!  Of course, you can pick any colors you like! The possibilities are are really endless! I hope you have fun with this tutorial and make something beautiful! Don’t forget to share your DIY Burlap Wreath pics with us!

DIY Burlap Wreath

Supplies:

wire wreath frame (I like to use a 20″ frame)

4 burlap rolls

wire edged ribbon for the bow

floral wire

wire cutters

DIY Burlap Wreath Supplies

Instructions:

Cut about an 8″ piece of floral wire and twist tie the beginning of the burlap to the wreath frame. DIY Burlap Wreath Tutorial

Do not clip the wire until you are finished.

DIY Burlap Wreath Tutorial

Make a couple of loops weaving through the frame…

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DIY Burlap Wreath Tutorial

… and Scrunch!!

DIY Burlap Wreath Tutorial

Continue to weave two more loops at a time and scrunch until you run out of fabric. Twist tie the end of the fabric with more floral wire.

DIY Burlap Wreath Tutorial

Overlap the new fabric onto the previous one and twist tie with the same floral wire.

DIY Burlap Wreath Tutorial

Continue to loop and scrunch all the way around.  When you are finished you can clip the wires and tuck them into the wreath.

Using your wire edged ribbon; fashion a long piece into a bow and fasten the middle with more floral wire. Connect the ribbon to the wreath frame using the same floral wire.  Clip the edges of the ribbon to your desired length.

You can place anything you want in the middle.  I’ve made this wreath with a cross and another with a chalkboard.

DIY Burlap Wreath Tutorial

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Amazing Pasta Sauce

This Amazing Pasta Sauce is simple and so good! This recipe proves that food doesn’t have to be complicated to be delicious! I use this sauce on pastas, chicken, zucchini noodles and as a pizza sauce for my picky eater so it gets the stamp of approval for picky eaters too! I like to double the batch so I can freeze some and have it ready for when we are starving between baseball and soccer practices and have no time to cook! At least I know there is something in the fridge everyone will eat!

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Amazing Pasta Sauce Ingredients

2 Tbsp oil

1/2 onion or 1 small onion ( I use a small finely chopped for the picky eater)

8 cloves garlic, minced

2 (28 oz) cans crushed tomatoespicky eater stamp of approval

1 (6 oz) can tomato paste

2 Tbsp finely chopped fresh basil

2 Tbsp finely chopped fresh parsley

1 Tbsp finely chopped fresh oregano

1/2 Tsp salt (or salt to taste)

1/4 cup sugar

Directions

Heat the oil in a 4 to 6 quart pot over medium low heat. Add the onion and cook 6 to 8 minutes, stirring occasionally, until tender.  (If necessary, adjust the heat to avoid browning.) Add the garlic and cook for a couple minutes, stirring occasionally. Stir in the crushed tomatoes, sugar and tomato paste, increase the heat to high, and bring to a boil. Remove from the heat and stir in the basil, parsley, oregano and salt.

Use immediately or refrigerate for up to 1 week. You can also freeze sauce for up to 2 months (maybe more but I don’t know the rules on that.)




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