I packed a lunch for my husband today as a little surprise. And I treated him to one of my most precious, triple-decker Moon Pies without him even asking. That, my friends, is what love looks like.
What love looks like after nearly 17 years of marriage:
RFLMAO – I completely get this…the note makes it perfect. Love with a warning 🙂
That’s what makes it love. We are completely aware that our special someone would eat our stash if we weren’t looking, and we don’t get rid of them.
Boy, I sure hope he appreciated it. I know that kind of sacrifice. I let my boys eat my ice cream last night on the condition they each give me a bite. 🙂
He understood the sacrifice. And appreciated the fair warning. What flavor ice cream, and was it Ben & Jerry’s? You might just be a saint.
Yes, I am sure I am a saint except that I know they get more pleasure than I do.
Ha ha ha – lovely. Do tell if he was suitably impressed 😉
He was. I got an “Awwww! One of your Moon Pies!” and then an “Oh.”
Loving and honest! What more could a man ask for?!
That’s right. I shoot from the hip. And I would if he got into my stash.
That’s true love. I went to a car show yesterday with my husbands. Old cars and freezing weather. Does that count?
Of COURSE that counts! Bonus points for the temperatures.
You, my dear, are a wise and goodly wife.
Thank you. I feel it.
My girl and I just put notes in each others lunch cookies every day.
Like a fortune cookie?
Makes perfect sense. He can, after all, go and get his own stash.
But they never do, do they? Never.
I hope he eats the Moon Pie with an RC Cola. That’s the prefect way to do it.
I think he did when he was a child.
By the way, you should try to make it to the Moon Pie Festival in Bell Buckle, TN.
Oh yes, that is my definition of love. Selfless selfless love. Cause mama does NOT share her treats lightly.
I am so glad someone out there understands!
You’re right this is what love looks like after years together. Some little thing to perk up your partner’s day.
It really did give him a lift.
It’s amazing, love has a similar look in our house. For me, it is when I share some of my pint of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream. 🙂 I’ve never been successful in hiding that in a tampon box unfortunately. *sigh* The last time I had a tampon box in the freezer, the hubby knew exactly what I was up to. 😉
That’s when you say the two words that will keep him out of the freezer forever. “Yeast infection.”
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At first I thought it said “Buttheads Off My Stash” which I found confusing and a tad harsh. This is much clearer.
That’s why I decided to type it out underneath. It’s like trying to read the Constitution or the Magna Carta.
It’s good to have boundaries. You two are truly an inspiration! 😉
Boundaries are so important. As are good hiding places.
I’ll have to try this tampon box trick. Ingenius!
That’s what fire safes hidden at the back of the closet are for, right? Or opaque airtight containers marked “Cleaning Supplies”?
He’s a neat freak. Cleaning supplies might pique his interest.
Hahaha! I adore this.
I always tell hubbie that he can have some of my Cheetos if he can find where I hid them.
LOL this is cute. Some days it seems like I have to sneak off to the bathroom to be able to indulge myself in a sweet chocolately snack. They don’t last long around here and if I am caught eating one, they whole family devours the rest! 🙂
True love lives!
LOL- That note looks a little too familiar to me… And yes, having been married for 21 years myself, I know that is just what married love looks like – A loving gesture… and also a warning to keep my thieving hands off her favorite treats! 😀
I’m at just under a decade, so I am happy to learn tricks of the trade- I’ve never thought the tampon box… sounds pretty ingenious! Although in my house I could just hide it in the laundry and nobody but me would ever be the wiser!