What do you love...

United States
May 19, 2008 12:24am CST
what do you love about your spouse or sig. other? I love my husband's laugh. I love to hear him laugh or see him smile. I love when he is happy. His happiness makes me feel happy. There are many other things I love about my husband. He is kind and loving. He is my best friend. But my very favorite thing is his laugh.
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@zabawaus (1734)
• United States
19 May 08
I love his patience he is so patiente to me. I always do some stupid stuff and he never gets mad at me if i were him I would have been already divorce me :)
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• United States
19 May 08
I can follow that line of thinking lol
@nanayangel (7691)
• Philippines
19 May 08
Hi there Sister Jinx! What I love most about my husband is his unending support for me. He used to be my bestfriend before we got married and he hasn't stop being one up to now.
@webeishere (36377)
• United States
19 May 08
My wife was the best friend of an old girlfriend of mine. This girl is the one that introduced my wife and I. We have been together ever since that day as well. We were friends first, then lovers, then soul mates ever since. HAPPY POSTINGS FROM GRANDPA BOB !!~
@katsmeow1213 (28820)
• United States
19 May 08
Well my husband has many good qualities, he is kind and loving, he's also my best friend. He has absolutely gorgeous eyes. He works very hard to support our family, and he is a good husband and father. But I must say the thing that drew me to him in the first place and keeps me with him in the most difficult of times is his loyalty. Before him I was in a really bad relationship where I was cheated on constantly. That left me with a lot of emotional scars that I still carry with me. But I've known since day 1 I could trust my husband 100%, I'll never find that security anywhere else.
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• Greece
19 May 08
I love his intelligence, loyalty and devotion to his family Also his belief in me and my creative abilities.He also has an amazing strength I've never seen in anyone else.