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What a Great Article! It Doesn’t Matter Whether You Are Married or Not. It Applies to Sisterhood Relationships, Professional Marriages…

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“Successful couples are savvy. They read books, attend seminars, browse Web articles and observe other successful couples. However, successful couples will tell you that they also learn by experience – trial and error.

Here are ten principles of success I have learned from working with and observing hundreds of couples:

1. Happiness is not the most important thing. Everyone wants to be happy, but happiness will come and go. Successful couples learn to intentionally do things that will bring happiness back when life pulls it away. Continue reading

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I am here to grow

“A great spouse loves you exactly as you are.  An extraordinary spouse helps you grow; inspires you to be, do and give your very best.” – Fawn Weaver

If you want to become a great person… grow.

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We aren’t born perfectly and we don’t end perfectly.

Do you make mistakes?

I do.

But I am here to grow. To move on from the past and reach a greater version of myself.

And the best way we can do that is to grow in love. That’s our soil. Whatever relationship you are in, make sure the relationships in which you are planted, are loving you to new heights.

  • Fawn Weaver is the president of ValRentco Corporation, a subsidiary of ValleyRentals.com and a former hotel general manager. As noted in her profile on Happy Wives Club, she is “not a stay-at-home wife” but “a Happy Wife” who proved through her Happy Wives Club that women like herself view marriage and spending time with their husbands are two of the greatest blessings in their lives. She and her husband Keith have been married since 2003.

Bio source: Happy Wives Club – Meet Fawn

Photo sources: Wikimedia: Rosebud And Raindrops and Everystockphoto.com: Yellow Rose

The Pamela Positive: Start Your Life Out With Sugar

According to a Persian tradition, wedding guests sprinkle the new bride and groom with sugar.  It means that everyone is wishing them sweetness in life as they start out on their journey together.

Here is more background on beautiful Persian wedding traditions.

Whether we are married, single, have wonderful friends, are in college or retired, may we all “sprinkle sugar” on each other each day.  Let’s encourage that sweetness to reign in our daily lives, every day!

Fawn Weaver’s Thoughts on Marriage

“Marriage: Love is the reason. Lifelong friendship is the gift.  Kindness is the cause.  Til’ death do us part is the length.” – Fawn Weaver

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  • Fawn Weaver is the president of ValRentco Corporation, a subsidiary of ValleyRentals.com and a former hotel general manager.  As noted in her profile on Happy Wives Club, she is “not a stay-at-home wife” but “a Happy Wife” who proved through her Happy Wives Club that women like herself view marriage and spending time with their husbands are two of the greatest blessings in their lives.  She and her husband Keith have been married since 2003.

Bio source: Happy Wives Club – Meet Fawn

Photo sources: Wikimedia: Bride and groom signing the book and Wikimedia: Elderly couple with ear muffs

The greatest marriages are built on teamwork…

“The greatest marriages are built on teamwork. A mutual respect, a healthy dose of admiration, and a never-ending portion of love and grace.” – Fawn Weaver

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The Classic Pamela Positive: Start Your Life Out With Sugar

sugar-485055_640According to a Persian tradition, wedding guests sprinkle the new bride and groom with sugar.  It means that everyone is wishing them sweetness in life as they start out on their journey together. Continue reading