{Today's Letters}

Wednesday, March 09, 2011


Today's Letters: Dear Mr. Loerke PA-S III, yesterday you got to assist in a knee replacement on a 72 year old cutie. The best part you say? Less than a week and he'll be doing the Foxtrot again with his wife on his new titanium knee! Dear Weekly Questions, sometimes we like to ask you on Sunday's just to add a little flair to our week. Either way you continue to be the most valuable habit we've established in almost 6 years of marriage. Dear Well Loved Bici's (be-sees), three fist pumps and a leg kick for always reminding me of David Wilcox's song, "Eye of the Hurricane." Pretty sure you make me wish I was 8 yrs old again. Dear Husband, love you more than go-go-gadget knees and and banana seats. Over and out.

Have you started asking our Tuesday Questions? If so, have they been helpful?

13 comments:

Han said...

We tried but CJ kept getting grumpy about doing them lol. (Yeah I know putting more effort in and he got grumpy) So I'm going to try again and see what happens :D

We do have a little journal similar to yours :) That idea worked and stuck

Hannah DeVries said...

Yes! They've been so great! Even though we're in the dating stage of the game, they have really helped our relationship! Our Tuesday date nights are the highlight of my week:)

Erin said...

I love David Wilcox! Let's be friends. :)

Today's Letters said...

han, don't give up. tim and i struggled to make them happen the first 3-6 months. now they aren't as intimidating and only take about about 20 min to asnwer). you can doooo iiiiit!

hannah, we've exchanged emails before about our root beer cake and FPF photo. so glad our questions have been helpful for you and nick! xo

erin, friendship request accepted. bam!

Ben said...

Yo - Ten years into our marriage, we love the Tuesday Questions! But we are really making an effort to trim some time off of it. Your twenty minutes seems much more reasonable than our sixty minutes. Either way - it is a rad idea.

yourstruly said...

The Mister and I started doing them on Sundays, but I still call them Tuesday Questions out of habit. :) They are great. They still feel new to us {insert moments of awkwardness and trepidation}, so I am looking forward to the days when they are well worn in. So glad you encouraged us to deepen our conversation and marriage!

Shandell said...

We were doing them before bed each week but now that I'm expecting I fall asleep much earlier so it's been a few weeks. Thanks for the reminder to pick it up again!

Carol said...

My husband and I (who got married 2 weeks before you) have been using them, though we do them on Sundays. They have been helpful in allowing us to be on the same page as we head into the next week. I really enjoy reading your blog - thanks for the encouragement to keep our marriage fresh and to keep pursuing one another.

Tracy M. said...

Dear Em,

A friend from work recently introduced me to your blog... and now I have no time to talk to said friend from work because I am too busy reading this darn thing! You and Tim are so wise and witty, and I love feeling the joy stem from each letter! Thanks for reminding me to tell my husband how much I adore him in more ways than just "I adore you."

lisa said...

my husband and i are about a year and a half into marriage and we started doing these questions a few months ago. our work schedules our crazy, so we haven't yet established a particular day to them. they have been so helpful in allowing us to learn each other and pursue one another on a deeper level.

christine donee said...

Dear Letter Enthusiast,

You rock my socks off. I'm so happy to have found your blog. At 2:00 in the morning. Now I'll never sleep for your one liners have given me the giggles.

Yours Now Truly,
Christine

JB said...

I work in surgery, and whenever I have to assist on joint replacements i feel like Buzz Lightyear in the space suits we have to wear. Its amazing how fast our bodies can recover from such an intensive surgery.

Jessica said...

Yes, they are so good for us! It's amazing how you can see a person you love everyday, and still not truly know the answers to these questions... That's why being purposeful about asking them makes such a difference! Thanks for sharing!

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