Tuesday, December 8, 2015

How texting has "improved" our marriage

Recently I read an article about the importance of texting in a relationship. The main points highlighted how people need to improve their texting etiquette to make a lasting relationship. It said that in this century, true love derives from how each partner responds to the text message, and the speed in which they answer.

After considering the truthfulness of this article, I knew I had to share what that true love looks like on a regular basis. This is an intimate view of my husband's and my relationship. It took a lot of courage to share, but I trust you'll respect this beautiful gift.



Texting is important to us. We use texts daily to share our exact location, and beg for the other to hurry back. We can't stand an extra minute apart from each other.


We would hate for the other person to feel ignored at any time, so we answer as fast as humanely possible. 



Our hearts could never handle missing a call from each other.



We graciously accept loving compliments from one another through texting.


When you're together as long as we have been, you never run out of things to text about.


And finally, we use texts to express gratitude for the work the spouse does for the home.


As you can tell from these cherished messages, texting has had a vital role in our marriage. Without them, our relationship wouldn't be as fulfilling. Our phones would remain useless tools for only browsing cat videos on YouTube. So thank you, Matti Makkonen, inventor of the text message system. Without it, we would still be trying to contact our spouse via phone call.

7 comments:

  1. Haha, I giggled greatly reading this! (although I am still a great supporter of Alexander Graham Bell's invention more)

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  2. Haha, I giggled greatly reading this! (although I am still a great supporter of Alexander Graham Bell's invention more)

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    1. Haha thanks for stopping by Miss Cheesy McBreezy!

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  3. Haha, I love the ones where you don't reply to each other... totally my husband and I!

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  4. Thanks for the laughs. :) We definitely use texts a lot in our house. :)

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    1. Texting makes communication so much easier!

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