Wifery

The Man of Your Dreams (Image Post)

Dare to be the woman of the dreams of the man of your dreams.

Someday . . .

Looking forward to finding love? Having a home of your own? Being the bride? Someday . . .? Read this!

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Definitions: Protector (#1)

Protector

One who, or that which, defends or shields from injury, evil, oppression, etc.

 

Source: A 1913 dictionary

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P.S. Isn’t is a beautiful thought that the husband, as protector of the wife (and, of course, of the family as a whole), shields her from injury, evil, and oppression?

 

Future Wife Question ~ Fear (micro post)

Here’s a question for you!

 

What are your greatest fears about being a wife?

 

Do you think those fears are realistic? What do you need to do to deal with those fears?

Reality Check: What kind of wife would you be? (micro post)

I have a question for you.

Regardless of your ideas and ideals, what kind of wife do you think you would really be?

Right now. As you are.

A Marriage Tip from Virtuous Weddings (#12)

“You still have a lot to learn.”

 

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A Marriage Tip from Virtuous Weddings (#11)

“Love is not rude.”

 

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A Marriage Tip from Virtuous Weddings (#10)

“Be as patient with others as you would like them to be with you.”

 

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Thoughts?

A Marriage Tip from Virtuous Weddings (#9)

“Love is kind.”

 

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Thoughts?

Definitions: Love (#1)

Love

Preeminent kindness or devotion to another; affection; tenderness; as, the love of brothers and sisters.

 

Source: A 1913 Dictionary

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