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My Husband is AMAZING! TWOO WUV!
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RadiantRaven
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 Posted: Mon Jul 12th, 2010 09:47 pm
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My husband rocks my world and I want to write about how incredible he is!

However, there is so much to say about him I need a thread to celebrate his amazingness.  Then I thought I bet there are other folks out there who might like to celebrate their significant others or talk about their partners in their Vibrational Reality so HAVE FUN!!! 

Yesterday when I got home from the Alaska cruise he came to pick me up and had a cup of coffee for me and a scone just in case I was hungry.  He also was totally fine waiting in the parking lot for 30 mins. while I said goodbye to my new friends and I ended up rendezvousing with seeing Esther and Jerry in the baggage claim section!  YAHOO!!  I loved it!  When I got home he later made me and MissMolly a lunch snack and let me sleep.  He had cleaned the kitchen and had fixed the truck door handle also while I was gone.  Later that night he just held me and asked me all about the cruise and we snuggled.  As I fell asleep he brushed my hair with his fingers and put the doggies to bed.  I fell asleep knowing that he loves me so much and I love him more than words could ever express.  I adore him!!!!  Oh there is so much more, but that is a great start!
:beautiful::beautiful::beautiful::beautiful::beautiful::beautiful::beautiful::beautiful::beautiful:
Love,
Pauline/Radiant Raven

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 Posted: Mon Jul 12th, 2010 10:25 pm
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I think we should all just celebrate YOUR husband's amazingness.  I was just thinking about that this morning.  I was too exhausted from having so much fun yesterday to appreciate him fully.   I love you guys:kiss:

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 Posted: Mon Jul 12th, 2010 10:30 pm
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Twoo wuv!  That is "toe tweet"!  Thanks for sharing how amazing your husband is - he sounds wonderfully kind and thoughtful.  It was SO SO nice to hear about it.  It reminded me that my dh is pretty amazing too.  He so easy-going and helpful!

Hugs all around,

Su ::hearts

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 Posted: Mon Jul 12th, 2010 11:18 pm
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OH YEAH!!!  I love you guys!!!  "Twoo Wuv" is from the movie the Princess Bride which Jay and I both love!  I had it engraved into our wedding rings with our wedding date.  My husband's middle name is Wesley and he likes to say "as you wish" just like Wesley in the movie.  I remember when we were first dating I said that I was thirsty and he said he would be right back and he came back with a glass of water.  My jaw dropped!  I will never forget that moment of kindness and that was just the beginning.

This morning he came in and gave me a kiss before he went to the lab and said that he was looking forward to spending some more time with me tonight hearing about the cruise.  Ohhhhh I can't wait for him to get home.

I am so happy their is a forum where I can be disgustingly in love with my husband and not have to tone down my JOY!

RR:beautiful:

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 Posted: Tue Jul 13th, 2010 12:19 am
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RR,

Be sappy.  It is wonderful.  I love it.

Leigh :)

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 Posted: Tue Jul 13th, 2010 06:29 am
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Hello all

Omg RaidentRaven, this is such a sweet, heart warming story. He's not even my husband and he makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. LOL.

You've got yourself a good man there and it seems as if he's got himself a good woman too.

Blessing to you both
::rainbow

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 Posted: Tue Jul 13th, 2010 09:44 pm
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I love that you have that engraved in your wedding rings - that IS Twoo Wuv!

Su ::hearts

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 Posted: Sat Jul 17th, 2010 01:35 pm
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This is so wonderful!!!! Thank you for sharing your Twoo Wuv!!! (I adore that movie, too.) What a gift you two are to the world!
Xoxoxox
L::rainbow

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 Posted: Sat Jul 17th, 2010 04:16 pm
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What is just as wonderful is how much you appreciate him and all that he is.  As you know, appreciation is the key to everything that you desire.:beautiful:

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 Posted: Sat Jul 17th, 2010 06:11 pm
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RadiantRaven wrote: I am so happy their is a forum where I can be disgustingly in love with my husband and not have to tone down my JOY!

RR:beautiful:


Love, love, love, what you said here RR!!!  So deliciously different than what most of us were taught growing up!!

:kiss:Sending even more love your way!  See how LOA is working?!  Susanna

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 Posted: Mon Jul 19th, 2010 06:47 am
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Ok, Pauline, I know your Jay is amazing! I KNOW. I FEEL. HE IS ONE OF THE TRUE RARE MAN NOW AROUND.  HE HAS BRILLIANT MIND AND MASCULINE PHYSIQUE AND TENDER HEART! AND YOU HAVE HIM FOREVER!::hearts

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 Posted: Tue Aug 3rd, 2010 09:39 pm
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Well, Jay and I just returned from a trip to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming/Montana and we had such an EPIC journey!  There are so many moments that I want to savor from the trip I will probably be writing them for a while!
::flowers
While we were staying at the wonderful and rustic Roosevelt Lodge we would leave the windows open for some fresh air.  However, in the middle of the night I woke up and was freezing and Jay quickly got up put on his headlamp so that he could fix the blankets and then put an extra blanket on me too.  In my groginess we snuggled up again and I gave him a kiss on the neck and said thank you for caring for me.  I felt so loved and spoiled.  I started overheated within 5 minutes and had to stop snuggling though.  hahahahah!!!
::flowers
While we were camping at the beautiful Norris we went on many day trips to visit the various Thermal Features (geysers, hot springs, fumaroles, etc.) around the park or went hiking.  One of the days it was so hot and I was exhausted from walking around and I wanted to take a nap.  So, he encouraged me to take a nap in the car and we left the air conditioning on for an hour while he read a book and I napped.  When I awoke we walked around Biscuit Basin and saw the most beautiful BLUE hot spring called "Saphire Pool" (one of my favorites).  Then we went on a hike behind the thermal basin to Mystic Falls.  Well, boy am I glad that I took a long nap, because the place was clearing out of so many people!  We had never been on this hike when it was so busy and thank Buddha that it cleared out and we practically had it to ourselves.  The LOA works again.  I so appreciate how he is willing to be in the moment and go with EASE and FLOW!!!
::flowers
This is a moment from another trip to Yellowstone, but I love this one too.  We went to the Lake Lodge Hotel and we sat down in the sunroom that they have that looks out over the lake.  He pulled out our iPod and two headphones with a connector.  He gave me one set and he put on the others.  Then he turned on the music and reached out a hand requesting a dance.  We began dancing to our own music not caring who else was there!!!  It was amazing and I will remember that moment forever.  He had put together a playlist of some of our favorite old time music like Cole Porter and Glenn Miller Band, etc.   I appreciate that moment so much and love him dearly for his ROMANCE!

AHHHH...feeling so good in the Vortex appreciating my man! ::hearts

I love yelling at the top of the mountain about how lucky I am to be in a relationship with someone so in the Vortex!   ::hearts

Anyone else have some stories they would like to share?

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 Posted: Tue Aug 3rd, 2010 10:38 pm
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Well.........Let me just say that I have a pretty wonderful husband, but can I still send him out to your husband for a few pointers?::LOL

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 Posted: Wed Aug 4th, 2010 12:42 am
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My husband is amazingly changes! He is becoming more and more the ideal that I thought I would never find (because my ideal is a cross between Buddah and Jack Nicholson::LOL).  Pavel transforming every day, more rapidly lately, given what we both immersed in right now (ask Radiant Rebecca + MatrixEnergetix)

I loved him before, but now I am in love with him
::hearts

RR, he also, like Jay, is very spontaneous and allowing. 
I love it!


I should learn from you how to appreciate all the smallest things, like a glass of water he gave you, or a blanket he put on you...  I should learn from you how to be "spoiled" by ordinary gestures!::wow

Last edited on Wed Aug 4th, 2010 12:43 am by fromknowingtojoy

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Oh, this is a fun one too!!  Jay and I like to play this game sometimes (when we are in the Vortex) called "what are you thinking?", because we end up learning how the other person's mind thinks.  Well, we were driving along and it was really hot out and we had just looked out over Yellowstone Lake from a beautiful lookout!  I am a sucker for a beautiful view!  So, I ask him "what are you thinking about?" and he begins to tell me how he has been wondering if there is a directionality to the molecule of sunscreen and how there must be and he is wondering how many layers it will take to cover each direction that the sun might hit it at.  Or at least that is the gist.  WTH?  Wow I wasn't expecting that!  I forget sometimes that he is a genius and thinks about stuff that is over my head.  But it is such a TURN ON!  I LOVE IT!  

It reminds me when we first met and he said that he could feel the waves of cold air coming through the window pane and I looked at him in awe - because I had never thought of anything like that before.  I lOVE DIVERSITY!  I am so glad that he is alive and that he has his Inner Being and his perfect Point of Attraction! 
::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo

Iloveabraham - the nice thing is your amazing husband got the pointers in your VR!  AWESOME! 

FKtoJOY - I totally agree I am seeing Jay as a cross between Hugh Jackman in "Wolverine" and Hugh Jackman in "Kate & Leopold" - Very different and yet SO HOT!

OHHHHHH - I love talking about him and my appreciation of him gets me right in the Vortex!

RR  ::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine

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 Posted: Fri Aug 6th, 2010 08:33 am
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I have gotten some feedback that my posts might be giving some people some cavities, but I don't care, because it is all about ME!  I love being SELFISH!!!!

::woohoo

There are things I keep thinking about during the day and think, Oh I want to post that too, and then I have so many it feels a little daunting.  So here are some of my fave's. 

One of my nicknames for Jay is "Chai Walla" as he makes me tea/coffee every morning.  He knows exactly how I like it, which means that my taste changes about 1 - 2 times a month.  He will even go to the store special to pick me up some tea if I am getting low.  I have no idea what tea I am drinking, but it ROCKS!  The nickname is from India, because that is what the person is called who brings tea/coffee/chai to folks at tea time.

Another nickname I have for Jay is "Love Sherpa", because he loves carrying heavy stuff - LOVES IT!  Which means that when we go hiking he will carry the backpack, when we go shopping he will carry the bags, sometimes he will even carry my purse for me so that I can shop more easily.

Which brings me to another awesome thing about him is SHOPPING!!!  He is great to shop with as he will help look for my size in clothes and show them to me so I can see if they are my style.  He will carry the clothes for me and keep track of the basket.  Then he will go in with me and give me his HONEST opinion about whether the clothes look good or not.  I LOVE THAT!!  Then he will EVEN put the clothes back on the hanger!!!  Where did I find this GUY????  So patient!!!

Of course that brings me to one of the most amazing things of all about him which I adore beyond words!!!  HE NEVER LIES TO ME!  He will tell me the truth and also is very Abe in that sometimes that means not saying anything which I am fine with.  But I TRUST him so much!!  I also never lie to him either.  ::cool

I ADORE HIM!!!  I love all the lovers I had before him, because man they really helped me to put this amazingness in my Vortex!  Loving my life!
::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts
Pauline/RRaven

 

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I have gotten some feedback that my posts might be giving some people some cavities

 

Who cares what the peanut gallery thinks.  Appreciate, appreciate, appreciate.  I say bring it on!:beautiful:

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RadiantRaven wrote: ::flowers

AHHHH...feeling so good in the Vortex appreciating my man! ::hearts

I love yelling at the top of the mountain about how lucky I am to be in a relationship with someone so in the Vortex!   ::hearts

Anyone else have some stories they would like to share?


Oh RR:kiss::kiss:::TU you story fills my heart with joy and allows me to rave and rant about the man i am in love with..He is everything i cud ask for..Yes!..Its so btful to watch how our IB's are connected he senses me through my vibration he knows exactly what I need when I need..We have such a vortexy relationship..He is a natural Aber...His words resonate so much with Abe's teaching..I am amazed at his kindness..his unconditional love..and how he lets me be who I am..with all the asking now I have a man with whom I am free to be me..I can express myself..I can be ME...He is so connected with his source...that it allows me to do the same..I remember a while ago..i was working on a write up and I cud feel it was just not there..and I wanted to get it out..I asked him to review just to know how he feels...he said the most amazing words..which can only come from my IB..He said..it does not capture your personality! It shud be passoinate like you..it should be loving like you..I could sense the missing me right away..and produced the most awesome work thru his inspiration...Wow..I so like that...I have so many examples like one time he was travelling abroad..and it was late night there and mid-morning here..we had not planned on talking that time but something told me to go online and see if he sent me some note..ooooooooh I love this and that very moment..he comes online and says..Hi sweetheart I was just about to write an email that how much I miss you here...What more proof do i need! It really is all about vibration...

::TU:beautiful:

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 Posted: Sat Aug 7th, 2010 07:42 am
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RadiantRaven wrote: I have gotten some feedback that my posts might be giving some people some cavities, but I don't care, because it is all about ME!  I love being SELFISH!!!!

Which brings me to another awesome thing about him is SHOPPING!!!  He is great to shop with as he will help look for my size in clothes and show them to me so I can see if they are my style.
Well, um, I had a husband like that and we know how THAT turned out:exactly:

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Radiant Raven, the way you talk about 'your Jay' is gorgeous and very moving! I reasonate with how you feel. I would like to take a moment and talk about how much I appreciate 'my Nathan'. I describe him as my best friend. I can talk to him about anything, especially abe. He's not romantic like flowers etc.. but he's so thoughtful. As we are travelling Australia, we have stopped to do some work, and Nathan starts work at ( for me) an ungodly hour, 4 am, and while he is getting ready for work, he will get my cup out, put a tea bag and two sugars in it, ready for me to add hot water and milk. I find it so sweet that at that time of the morning, even though he is busy getting ready for work, he is still thinking about me!!


Another thing we do is take turns hiding SHMILY for the other to find. After 11 years together we still do this. The idea came from a story I will post below. For those hopeless romantics like me; grab a tissue!!


 


My grandparents were married for over half a century, and played their own special game from the time they had met each other. The goal of their game was to write the word "shmily" in a surprise place for the other to find. They took turns leaving "shmily" around the house, and as soon as one of them discovered it, it was their turn to hide it once more.

They dragged "shmily" with their fingers through the sugar and flour containers to await whoever waspreparing the next meal. They smeared it in the dew on the windows overlooking the patio where my grandma always fed us warm, homemade pudding with blue food coloring. "Shmily" was written in the steam left on the mirror after a hot shower, where it would reappear bath after bath. At one point, my grandmother even unrolled an entire roll of toilet paper to leave "shmily" on the very last sheet.

 There was no end to the places "shmily" would pop up. Little notes with "shmily" scribbled hurriedly were found on dashboards and car seats, or taped to steering wheels. The notes were stuffed inside shoes and left under pillows.

"Shmily" was written in the dust upon the mantel and traced in the ashes of the fireplace. This mysterious word was as much a part of my grandparents' house as the furniture. It took me a long time before I was able to fully appreciate my grandparents' game. Skepticism has kept me from believing in true love-one that is pure and enduring. However, I never doubted my grandparents' relationship. They had love down pat.


It was more than their flirtatious little games; it was a way of life. Their relationship was based on a devotion and passionate affection which not everyone is lucky enough to experience.

Grandma and Grandpa held hands every chance they could. They stole kisses as they bumped into each other in their tiny kitchen. They finished each other's sentences and shared the daily crossword puzzle and word jumble. My grandma whispered to me about how cute my grandpa was, how handsome and old he had grown to be. She claimed that she really knew "how to pick 'em." Before every meal they bowed their heads and gave thanks, marveling at their blessings: a wonderful family, good fortune, and each other.

But there was a dark cloud in my grandparents' life: my grandmother had breast cancer. The disease had first appeared ten years earlier. As always, Grandpa was with her every step of the way. He comforted her in their yellow room, painted that way so that she could always be surrounded by sunshine, even when she was too sick to go outside. Now the cancer was again attacking her body. With the help of a cane and my grandfather's steady hand, they went to church every morning. But my grandmother grew steadily weaker until, finally, she could not leave the house anymore. For a while, Grandpa would go to church alone, praying to God to watch over his wife. Then one day, what we all dreaded finally happened. Grandma was gone. "Shmily." was scrawled in yellow on the pink ribbons of my grandmother's funeral bouquet.

As the crowd thinned and the last mourners turned to leave, my aunts, uncles, cousins and other family members came forward and gathered around Grandma one last time. Grandpa stepped up to my grandmother's casket and, taking a shaky breath, he began to sing to her. Through his tears and grief, the song came, a deep and throaty lullaby. Shaking with my own sorrow, I will never forget that moment. For I knew that, although I couldn't begin to fathom the depth of their love, I had been privileged to witness its unmatched beauty.


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