Hey everyone, welcome to another Marriage Monday. Today, we are sharing ways that we avoid boredom, and apathy in our marriages. Lovebug and I have been married for almost 27 years, as of April 6th. One thing we have always had alot of is, love. And one thing we have never had very much of is, money. But, that has never stopped us from having fun, and romance in our marriage. We do not have feelings of boredom, or apathy, praise God. Let me share a few reasons why we are still happily married. Things we do for fun, that do not cost anything- We play board games, cards, have movie nights, and even karoke nights, lol. We make our favorite snacks, and enjoy the night. Things we do for fun, that cost very little, but mean so much to us, and we truly enjoy them. We have a date night, once a month. We go eat at our favorite resturant, then we go to see a movie at the cheap movie theatre, which cost us $2.50 per person. We share a popcorn, and a drink. Also, we love to go get a combo meal from a resturant, and go to the duckpond, and eat, and talk. I love that so much. We also really enjoy going to the park, and walking. In the summer, at the park for five weeks, every Saturday evening at dark, they show family movies for free. They sale snacks, and drinks there, or you can take your own. We also enjoy that. We take our blanket, spread it out, and enjoy the movie, and being outside. The main ingredient in all of this, is love. How can you become bored, when you are spending time with the love of your life? The main thing to remember, and focus on in your marriage, is each other. No boredom here at the Oldhams, only fun, fun, fun. Even when I was in the rehab hospital for 11 days, we kept the good times rolling. Lovebug would come to visit me everyday, when he got off of work, and stay until visitor hours were over at 9P.M. He would help me into my wheelchair, and wheel me outside. We would go to the gazebo, and sit and talk, and eat a delicious turkey sandwich. Then, he would wheel me over to a park that was next door to the hospital. He would help me out of my chair, and help me walk through the park. It was so nice, those were the best moments of my day.