Welcome to the second edition of It’s A Wife’s Life! Thank you to everyone who joined this carnival!
Nancy Reinke presents Joyful Altitude: Honey, Have You Seen My Duct Tape? posted at Joyful Altitude, saying, “I’m a writer, living in a small cabin in the Colorado Rockies with my artist husband. Married on Valentine’s Day in 2010, we are committed to a life of joy, as reflected in my blog Joyful Altitude.”
Ma. Teresa Grech Q. Racal presents Francis Vargas Racal… The Love of My Life posted at This is My Life, saying “I used to pray for someone who is tall and good looking but I guess God has His own way of answering my prayers. Instead He blessed me with someone who is intelligent, very funny person, not that tall (average I would say), cutie-cute-cute (as what my kids and I would call him) and most of all LOVES and ACCEPTS me for who and what I am.”
Cham Cuartero presents The 10 Not-So-Right-But-Not-Entirely-Wrong Reasons for Having a Baby posted at eat ur banana, saying, “Not a single day passes without at least one person asking me, my husband, or both of us, if a baby is already on its way. It was cute at first. But believe me, when it’s a daily staple, it can get irritating.”
Joii Cooper presents 10 Reasons I Love My Husband posted at A Full Day, saying “This post is in honor of my 2nd wedding anniversary. My husband and I tied the knot on August 22, 2009. What a great day. I am in love with him more now than I was two years ago. I am so grateful to God for giving Mr. Cooper to me!”
Love del Rosario presents 30-Day Blog Challenge: Day 22 posted at The Things I Love, saying “Everyone’s love is a beautiful story. Believe me when I say that ours is not one for the books. It is ordinary. It is everyday. It will not launch a thousand ships. But I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
Wifely Steps Guest Bloggers
Mom-Friday presents her own wifely steps saying, “My wife-life can get too serious and emotional at times and I am still a work in progress. Hence, let me take you along on some lighter and fun (embarrassing) moments of my wifely steps. Don’t shoot me!”
Sheng presents her own wifely steps saying, “I was very young when I got pregnant with my eldest and only son, that is if you consider 22 as young. It was a whirlwind, life-changing phase in my life.”
That concludes this edition. Share the love by visiting the beautiful and insightful reflections of our blog carnival participants!
Submit your blog article to the next edition of It’s A Wife’s Life using our carnival submission form, or leave a link to your post in the comments section. The next issue of It’s A Wife’s Life will be out on October 10th, so submit your entries by the 8th!
See you next round!