Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Positive Post Tuesday: My husband

I try to avoid too much sap on the ole' blog here. Mostly because it's just kinda embarrassing, like blog PDA or something. But get ready for a sap explosion, because that's what you're about to get.

Today is Positive Post Tuesday. I'm choosing to lift up my husband.

He never ceases to amaze me. Seth is not one easily understood. A number of paradoxes coincide that make up his existence, and when I think I've got him figured out, I'm left scratching my head and wondering where "that" came from. A few examples come to mind:

When I married him I knew he was a creative genius. I knew he was the most inventive, interesting, and intriguing composer I had ever met, and I knew the songs he wrote were more beautiful and honest than anything I could remember. I had no idea he could write a novel, that he even wanted to write a novel. (Not really a paradox. More like a... surprise.) And now I know that in a matter of time he will be a published novelist. Because he's that good. I even have a hunch he'll be a famous novelist.

When I married him I knew he loved God. He could explain Romans 8 to me, and that's saying something. But I had no idea he could curse like a sailor...and somehow it doesn't sound vulgar.

When I married him I knew he was right-brained. Of course, at the time, I had no idea how many times I would find myself on a mission for his keys. But, he hates more than anything to be late.

It's hard to say why you love someone. I love my husband for the way his eyes light up at the mention of Star Wars. For his absolute delight in making a ham and cheese omelette. For the hope that is inside of him. Sometimes I think I love him because of how much he loves me. He has taught me what true love is. He is the reason I am singing, acting, dancing. He believes in me and allows me the chance. He believes in me more than I believe in myself. Without him, I would be less than what I am.

I thank God for bringing this man into my life, through whom I am eternally changed.


MeR said...

AWWW, Setherkins!! I love him too.

Chaotic Hammer said...

I agree, Fancy. Seth is an amazing character. And definitely one of a kind.

Julio said...

Hey Fancy, After reading to your words I almos fall in love with Seth (LOL)!!! You guys are an example for many of us, you rock!!!! May God continue using and blessing you as he's been doing it. And (believe it or not), I can't wait to read Seth's book!!!!

Seth Ward said...

I sure have a sweet wife.

I am far to unworthy to be so blessed.

Now, I wouldn't say "like a sailor..." maybe like a guy who sails toy boats at the park. But then again, you know me better than I do so you are probably right.

FancyPants said...

I'm glad those last four words are documented for eternity.

Super Churchlady said...

Seth is special - and so are you, Fancy!! You're the cutest couple. We can't imagine life without you guys.

majorsteve said...

Can't wait to read the book...and Seth's novel too.

Seth rocks! He has a town in Texas named after him.

Kelly said...

Fancy, you and Seth are awesome and I thank God for leading me to you two via the cyberworld.

Ecclesiastes 4:12
Though one may be overpowered by another, two can withstand him. And a threefold cord is not quickly broken.

I love Romans 8 as well and boy, is it not amazing how God chooses two people to become one?! God bless you both always!!

FancyPants said...

Hi Kelly. Welcome!

Are you this Kelly?