A hug, a kind word, or just being there ruminates with goodness.
"You are looking more beautiful than ever."
“I look forward to spending time with you."
" Your funny stories always make me laugh!"
Please and thank you are powerful words.
"Is there anything I can do for you today?"
Good manners coupled with compliments will most always be returned.
If not, use them anyway. It doesn't cost anything to say something nice to another or the one you have chosen to spend the rest of your life with.
Thinking about the 'other' person, no matter who they are, is a sure pathway to love. It doesn’t have to be something extravagant to show appreciation and love. Often it is the little things that bring a smile. Kindness spoken in sincerity keeps the flame burning in a bonfire of love and devotion.
When I consider all the thoughtful gestures from my husband, I can overlook any shortcomings, remembering I have faults too.
A phone call before he leaves work to ask:
"Is there anything you would like me to get at the store?"
I do not have to tell him when I am exhausted at the end of the day. He notices
and cleans up after dinner.
When asked the secret of our happy marriage, I like to say: "Treat your spouse like your best friend and they will be." Remember manners even if you are tired and don’t feel like it. They are there to use and are free. Ask your friend or mate: "How was your day?" People like to know they are loved and appreciated.
And I never forget how much spark friends mean to me-
-Thanks for the kindness you have shown me along the way.
Thank you for stopping by and have a great day!