“I love you!”

…did ya hear me?!

I’ve been thinking about the good old love languages lately and found a quick online quiz to figure out what our love languages are these days…

‘Turns out, I mostly feel loved and do love with Words of Affirmation. But, since I’ve had children, I’ve grown to value Quality Time a lot more, too.  I have no doubt that Vivienne prizes Quality Time and Lia soaks up Physical Affection (don’t most 6-month-olds?).

What’s your love language?

If you don’t have time for a 5-minute quiz, check out this 30-second assessment to discover your love language and your APOLOGY LANGUAGE (who knew there was such a thing?!) For the record, if you ever have to apologize to me, your best bet is to say, “I was wrong”. How simple is that?! I didn’t know until today that I’m fluent in “Accepting Responsibility-ese”. (Of course, you can also send flowers, gifts, notes, vacations to Italy, etc.)

What do you speak? I can’t wait to hear…

P.S. Ryan, this is actual homework for you since I want you to hear me loud and clear! (swak.)

P.S.S. Another quiz for you: without googling it, what does “swak” mean? The official answer to follow in tomorrow’s post!







4 responses to ““I love you!””

  1. Jan Avatar

    sealed with a kiss!

    Along these lines, my pastor mistakenly thought LOL meant lots of love, and was texting LOL to someone whose dad had a heart attack. Can you imagine?! LOL!

  2. grandmomruthie Avatar

    Oh, Jan…that absolutely sounds like something I would do!

  3. grandmomruthie Avatar

    I feel awful, but I like all forms of love expression!
    The one that is happening is the one I like most!
    Also, a simple, heartfelt “I’m sorry” will do!

  4. admin Avatar

    That LOL mistake is so funny! LOL for real!

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