Marriage is definitely not one-sided. It takes both parties working to make it go ’round. So, today, we’ll get a few tidbits of wisdom from Mr. Gray himself–even if the day is almost over! I’m holding strong on 31 days here. Please take these with a grain of salt–he was in a goofy mood when we started.
Me: What would you tell someone entering a new marriage?
Mr. Gray: I would say that you need to learn to put the seat down, make your bed, fold the towels correctly, and dry your feet before you step out of the shower. If you can master those things, marriage is easy.
Me: How have you changed as a husband in the past eight years?
Mr. Gray: I’d like to think I’m a little less selfish and a little more responsible.
Me: What is something you thought would be different when you got married?
Mr. Gray: I really had no preconceived notions.
Me: Were the wedding details really that important?
Mr. Gray: Uh, yeah.
Me: What’s the goofiest thing your wife has ever done?
Mr. Gray: She does a lot of goofy things, and I’m unable to put my finger on just one. It seems like everyday there’s something silly.
Me: What’s the best thing about your wife?
Mr. Gray: She is very motivating. I think that’s pretty cool.
What pearls of wisdom would your husband share?