Written to and about my wife, Dawn Carter :

Written to & about my wife, Dawn Carter :
Sweetheart, you always carry a tremendous amount of Duty. Even before covid-19, the amount of Duty that you handled was beyond the scope of reason. You are the most caring and supportive person of those you love, of anyone that I know. I’m so glad that you are my wife. Covid-19 cannot change the love that we have for each other. I am thankful everyday for your tremendous goodness and caring spirit. We are both stressed and stretched. But do not think, I do not notice the endless symphony & Acts of love that you do for me, for your children, and for your mother. Your heart is truly, totally extended and offered in your love for Christ. Only your mother and mine come anywhere close in my mind to your wonderful commitment to the art of giving! I would not be the man that I am today without you. In fact ten years ago I would have died in the bottle, without your love. You have stood with me and supported me in tireless faithfulness, even when you would have had every reason, to have to have gotten as far away from me as possible. I love you. I tell you repeatedly, because I can not tell you enough! So, I will tell you many times, every day that I love you. Because you are so beautiful and deserving of my highest love! Aside from His own precious love for me which He demonstrated on the cross, there is no greater blessing in my life from God; than His granting me such a wonderful wife! I would have written this privately but I want the world to know that my wife Dawn Carter is a prize above price. I am so deeply thankful! Your husband, Tim

About timothygrantcarter

Author, Trainer, Pastor, Spiritual Coach, Inspirational Speaker, 12 step follower Thinker, Entrepreneur, Outdoorsman, Hunter, Fisherman, Gardener, and Shotokan YonDan (5th degree black belt). Visionary; Maker of original sayings, slogans and giver of spiritual help. "If God has a pulse, then I can feel it." Nicknamed "Slam" / Creator of #Slamism ... 's on Twitter @cccdynapro
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