I posted this on Facebook for Andrew:

Do you Know?

What can I say that hasn’t been said? You know that I love you and that I don’t want to spend my days without you, but do you know how much I appreciate you?

Do you know how much it means to me when you listen to my heart, my concerns, and my sorrows, and you comfort me?  Do you know how proud I am of you when you show kindness to strangers? Do you know that I’m thankful for the sweet things you do?

Sometimes I fail to say these things, but you deserve to hear them.  We’ve shared life together for 24 years now, and you’ve seen every side of me: my best and my worst. You love me through it all.  This is what the promise is for, and I’m glad that you keep your promises.  

Thank you so much, my love, for everything you do.  I couldn’t do it without you.  I wouldn’t want to either. ❤ Happy Birthday and 24th Anniversary.  ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

His response:

“Do I know what? If it hasn’t been said how would I even know that? Yes, and I think so. Maybe, okay probably. Um kinda? Are you talking about the terets guy? He was just a sweet guy… really cool too. Or do you mean when I’m ACTUALLY nice to someone you’re proud of me? Cause you know I really don’t like people. Well I like you…LOVE you. Sweet things? Well I try. I do? I mean I do. Thank you. HEY! You don’t have a worst! Who said you have a worst? They better be running and hiding!

I do…wait what all? I will always do my best, and p.s. stop ripping off songs when you’re trying to say nice things to me…I like your words. Love them, really, so use as many as you like. Well it’s pretty easy cause it’s for you and you’re the best even if I give you a terrible time with teasing messages on Facebook and what not. I love you Babycat.


The song I “ripped” off… “This is what the promise is for…”

8 thoughts on “Do You Know?

  1. Oh, LOL, he is funny!!🤣🤣🤣

    Happiest Anniversary dear Tina and Andrew. God bless you both! My hubby and I are coming up on 22 years. I was 18 (yikes) and he was 26. Crazy! But, God is good and 22 years later we still have that spark.


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