First of all, thank you all so much for your insightful comments on my last post about finding your first job. If you’re on the lookout for a new job or will be graduating and entering the job market soon, definitely check out the comments section. The stories and tidbits of advice from readers are ten times better than my post.
Now, I’m really counting on you guys to make me feel less insane. I realize I have a ginormous sweet tooth that seems to thrive this time of year.
I graciously accept any baked goods that come my way and enjoy making holiday treats of my own.
But what I’m about to tell you is a little much.
And so I ate probably half of the chocolate chips right out of the box and packed up the rest of the mix for later… or until another chocolate craving hits.
The chocolate chips served as dinner-making fuel. I snacked on the sweet chips as I prepared our evening meal.
I’m looking forward to spending the rest of the night with my husband who finally got off work at a decent hour. As we learned yesterday, my love language is quality time, so I’m happy to have him home with me!
Ryan’s top love language was also quality time, so we’re in the same boat!
Here are his scores, just in case you were curious:
- Quality Time: 9
- Words of Affirmation: 7
- Physical Touch: 7
- Acts of Service: 5
- Receiving Gifts: 2
We’re off to spend time together and tell each other how much we love each other while holding hands, doing each other’s laundry and exchanging gifts.