Friday, June 27, 2008

My Husband Rocks! Friday

Two post day! Wow...I do good to get in one every day...but this is worth it! But before I start, I have to tell you to head on over to The Pink Potpourri to win some pretties! She is such a sweet girl, and I enjoy her daily posts!

Today is Friday, which means that per Katy Lin at The Great Adventure it is My Husband Rocks! Friday! You really ought to check her post out today, along with all the other ladies participating. Her engagement story is so romantic, it brought tears to my eyes. It reminds me of something my sweet husband would do.

However, romance is not the subject today...I don't know, when my husband does what I'm going to post about, I see it as romantic...anyway, My Husband Rocks because right now he is smack dab in the middle of a huge project with our son. I won't say too much about it here, because I plan on posting about the whole thing later, but I'll give a tidbit...

Does it make my hiney cringe to think that my son is handling power tools? Yes, a bit, but knowing that the capable hands of my husband are there to guide him make me know that he is safe. I have to point out, too, the safety goggles, the ear protection, the gloves. My husband doesn't work for the safety industry for nothin'. He is teaching our son such valuable lessons in this project, not the least of which is patience! I giggled the other day when my husband was thinking over the project and mumbled, "What have I gotten myself into?" I know they can do it. I already see the project taking great shape. I also see a promise fulfilled from a father to a son, and that speaks volumes more than words ever could.


katylinvw said...

what a great dad! i can't wait to see what they're making! thanks for the link love :)

Kimba said...

You said "hiney cringe!" You said "hiney cringe!"

Anonymous said...

What a great picture! Loving our husbands is so much better when they are awesome daddies.

Your son will always treasure that time with his daddy. I'm sure that your husband will treasure that time as well.

Unknown said...

That is awesome that your son can learn the use of power tools. Fewer and fewer kids are interesting in doing things with their hands. Congrats to your guy for being such a great dad!

THE Stephanie said...

That's awesome!! I love to see dads and sons doing stuff together.

And it's so great to hear that you two serve on the worship team together. I LOVE THAT!!! It's such a blessing to get to serve God together with your spouse, right??

Many blessings and happy blogging,

Sarah Mae said...

That is so cool! My hubby wants a wood shop sooooo... bad!

By the way, since you are a "stone's throw" from Memphis, do you know if "For the Kingdom" camp is still there? It was in the bad part of memphis - not directly in the city, but in a suberb type ghetto.

Oh, the church I went to there was some presbyterian church that a gazillion people went too and had a coffee shop in it and lot's of art - know what I'm talking about?

Sarah Mae said...

I just looked up the camp - it's on Raleigh Millington Rd - do you know where that is? That's where I lived for a summer.

Gone said...

Awwwwww...what a GREAT husband and dad!!! I love to see posts like this.

Thanks for stopping at my Blog and leaving such a kind comment. We are indeed blessed to be able to stay "at home"!!