Thankful Newlywed Thoughts

Newlywed ThankfulnessAs a newlywed, it is easy to get caught up in the holiday rush and the aspects of how to juggle whose family to do what with, when.  My advice to you: take a moment and realize how fortunate you are.  If you can keep the things that you are thankful for in the forefront of your mind, you’re guaranteed not to miss the reasons for the seasons that are upon us.

Things to be Thankful For:

Your Spouse – Not only have you met the man of your dreams…you married him honey!  I can’t think of too many other things that are as amazing as being married and madly in love.

Security – You now have someone to have and hold in sickness and in health till death do you part.  Just knowing that someone is going to be by your side for long haul is incredibly comforting.

Friends – There are people in the world that know all of your flaws and faults (some since childhood) and still love you.  How great is that?

Family – Whether you’re working on making your own or thinking about your parents, family is a gift to be treasured.  These are the people who have loved you before they even met you and want only the best for you.

The Holidays – While they may be stressful, holidays are the times we get to spend with all of the people we are thankful for.  When you look at them this way, it’s much easier to stretch a bit to make sure you see everyone and celebrate together.

What are you thankful for this holiday season?  Do you have a creative way to see all of your family members while remaining sane?  We’d love to hear about it!

One thought on “Thankful Newlywed Thoughts

  1. Janell

    marrying a man whose parents are still married made for some heated arguments when we got married since my parents are divorced. He didn’t understand that I had to visit each parent separately & one visit had nothing to do with the other. My advice to him was open up your mind & put yourself in my shoes. We got through it & alternate holidays now.


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