Whatever You Give a Woman She Will Make Greater

Here is a the quote of the day by Erick S. Gray

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 Guys if you give her any crap; after the ton of shit you are going to receive you most likely are going to consider suicide a rather pleasant alterative.  

Right Ladies?

Here is the deal, so you don’t end up shoveling the shit.

When she gives you that baby all she asks from you; is some help when needed.
1. Learn to change that diaper and burp that baby.
2. Know that it won’t break, so when it starts crying it is Ok to pick it up and try to quite it.
3. Mom could really use some sleep, so know how to thaw out that frozen breast milk. You will find it in the freezer compartment in the refrigerator.
4. Learn where mom keeps those spare diapers, lotions, etc., so you aren’t asking her where you find things all the time.  This gets really old.  Make a list if you have too.
5. When we get help we don’t feel overwhelmed and tired.  This can mean some good sex if you play your cards right.

When you give her that house and she makes it a home; help keep it clean.
1. Start by picking up after yourself.  When you dirty a dish, put it in the dishwasher (that is what you bought it for, dirty dishes).
2. Make the bed for her if you are the last one out of it.
3. If toilet paper is needed put the new roll on the holder.
4. Wipe down the sink after you are through using it in the bathroom.
5. Hampers were created for dirty clothes, use it.
6. You might want to try out the vacuum once in awhile, just to make sure it is working well for the little lady.
7. Hit the toilet when using it.  If that is not possible ask for a rag and cleaner.  Few times of doing this cleaning you are most likely going to learn how to hit the hole. (p.s. don’t forget to put the lid down).
8. Rugs are made for wiping your feet off when coming from outside, or take off you damn shoes.

When you give her groceries, she is going to give you a meal, but sometimes she would like a night off.
1. Help her clean up after the meal; she is going to love you for it.
2. When she says, ‘dinner is ready’ don’t make her wait.  She cooked that meal because she loves you. 
3. Some of us like to cook, but some of us don’t, so appreciate her efforts.
4. Help her cut up the kid’s meat and get there plates ready.  She won’t always have to eat a cold meal than.

When you smile at her she knows she is appreciated and loved.
Trust me smiles go a long way and she will give you her heart, plus a little more. 

Like when you clean up after yourself, help with cooking, and the kids; she won’t be so warn out by the end of the day.  And when she feels loved and not so tired from the day, she may be in the mood to play.

What it all comes down to gentlemen is:  Love her like she needs to be loved and wants to be loved and you are going to find yourself with acres of diamond instead of a field of thorns. 

Trust me if you choose the field of thorns she will hide your shoes and you are not going to find them. 

Well, ladies did I cover everything? 

To you gentlemen; it is your choice to have a happy wife or get a big shovel?

Where do you stand?

 

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  1. Got to love this! I think maybe this should be printed, placed in a nice envelope and gifted to every guy when he considers a serious relationship!

    Love how you’ve written it, Debbie!
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Vidya,

      Thank you Vidya. Maybe I should watch for wedding anouncement and send it to the bride to be to give to the lucky guy? Thank you for sharing your thoughts and your beautiful kind words. Hugs to you!
      Debbie

  2. Loved the post Debbie!

    That’s such a wonderful saying…and all so very – very true. :) I liked the way you wrote your post around that and explained each part so well. :)

    Oh yes…though the women gives everything, all she asks is a little bit of love and help from you, and she is willing to do everything you want her to – isn’t it? It’s surely not asking for the stars and moon. A little help with the kids, the house, groceries and other small things, of course, when the men are free and back from work. I’m sure they all can take out that little time to be around and help their wives, and that would in itself bond everyone too.

    I just wish more of the guys could understand women and really do the small things that matter so much to her. It DOES make a major difference to her as it lessens her burden and reduces her stress levels. More so, with women being homemakers and also working alongside, the men have to step in to share things.

    I’m glad you came up with this wonderful post, especially with International Women’s Day just round the corner – apt indeed. :)

    Thanks for sharing this with us. :)
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Harleena,

      After reading your post this morning about the man that worked and never spends time with his family, this really fits in. What women really want is the appreciation with a little help, understanding and that smile letting us know they are there. They need to stop thinking they know what we want and just listen1

      Thank you for sharing your wisdom once again. “Small things that matter so much to her.” Got it guys?:)
      Debbie

  3. Loved the honest, sensible, decent-ness of this article, Debbie! I heard one spiritual leader once tell all the men in the congregation that we should never let our wives wash another dish. He was speaking to the same theme.

    Men can be so blind to the reality of what women do.

    My favorite cartoon on this theme is a woman in a business suit standing at a wishing well, a coin in her hand as she makes a wish: “I wish I could come home after a long day’s work and just put my feet up, watch TV and not have to bathe the kids, cook the meal, wash the dishes and pick up after everyone in the house. The next box showed a puff of smoke that cleared to show the woman at the well magically transformed into … a man!

    Ouch! ;)
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Ken,
      I love the wishing well. You know Ken years ago when women decided they wanted to be ‘libertated’ my thought was, you have to be crazy. Yes, it is nice to make a good wage if in the working field and as a women we have come a long way. To me some of it is good and some of it is not so good. Back than women thought they could do it all and now they find out it is not that easy. The more of the story is be careful what you ask for, you just might get it.
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts and the wishing well story.
      Debbie

  4. LOVE this Debbie. I remember those days when my son was so small to comfortably hold in my hands and when I had to feed him all the time. Sleepless nights are a big thing. But thankfully my hubby was SO supportive that I had to say he stayed up most of the nights and let me sleep – except waking me for feeding :) I’m lucky in that sense!
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Jane,

      Thankyou for sharing and glad you liked the post. You are one lucky lady that your hubby helped you out with those sleepless nights. I always cherished when the baby was old enough to sleep through the night. Sometimes it can seem like years before we get a uninterpreted nights sleep.
      thank you for sharing,
      Debbie

  5. Hmm … I’m glad that I do most of it and some, once in a while. Great post Debbie.

    I have read those quotes many times but have never seen such a fantastic elaboration of it. Cool!

    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Raymond,

      Glad to see you do most of this once in a while. It does make for a happy lady. Thank you for the Cool! it means a lot to me.
      Debbie

  6. Debbie

    I’ve held that ‘shovel’ many times in the PAST. No more, I’ve learnt!

    Andrew
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Andrew,

      Glad to hear that you have learnt. Shoveling isn’t that much fun!!! LOL
      When Steve messes up I just get the shovel and hand it to him. He gets the message real quick.
      Have a Great nights sleep.
      Debbie

  7. An excellent list of suggestions for all couples.

    Showing our appreciation and support goes a long way!
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Anne,

      Yes, showing appreciation and support does go a long way. Thank you for stopping by. Love seeing your smiling face.
      Debbie

  8. Dear Debbie -

    You are getting smarter every day. This is an epic post.

    I like the part about the baby.

    You shoulld print that out and have your local hospital hand it out. to every new father.

    Ask them. I bet they will do it.

    Most men have to be taught that babies do not break. They are afraid.

    I remember my youngest son telling me that if he picked up the baby the wrong way, his head would roll on to the floor.
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Corinne,

      That is good, your son thought his head to would rool on to the floor. That sounds like a pretty good idea, printing it out and taking it to the hospitals to hand out. Love the idea. Thank you

      Debbie

  9. PS. Why don’t you send this to Parents Magazine? I bet they would print it..

    And maybe even pay you.
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Do you really think Parent magazine would? Guess you never no unless you try right? Thanks for the idea and it makes me so happy coming from you. You being the writer that you are I really take that as an complement. Thank you many bunches.
      Debbie

  10. Awesome as always Debbie. I am feeling a little smug as I do most of that already, I’m a bit of a freak about vacuuming too. It’s nice to be appreciated for doing all that too – not because I have to do it, but because I want to. Thanks for making me laugh!
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Joel,

      Oh you are a good man and a keeper. Yes, i do agree when you guys do help out you need to know that it is very much appreciated. I tell my hubby that I even appreciate him even going to work every day.

      Thanks for sharing and as always you too make me smile and laugh when I read your comment.
      Have a great day,
      Debbie

  11. Hi Debbie
    A really good post this one did make me smile. I try to do my share of the household chores not saying I always do. After all we are in it together. I was going to show this one to the girlfriend but I amchickening out. No only joking she will enjoy it.

    Thanks lee
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Lee,

      Let me know what your girl friend thinks of the post. Thank you for the kind words. Really when it comes us ladies it is the little things that really warm our hearts. If you want to know if you found a good woman, just do the little things and if that makes her happy and she is not asking for a lot of material things you have found yourself a good woman. She is a keeper.
      Thanks agai,
      Debbie

  12. A thought provoking Blog! My partner nags me as I have a number of habits such as leaving my socks on the floor and the dishes on the draining board. I feel guilty as I write this as he is currently in the kitchen cooking dinner. OK – I accept I need to do more. Guilty as charged.

    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Steve,

      When we love someone and they love us even when we have those little annoying habits; what i do is when hubby tells me about something i ask myself, “Is this something I could change or impove on?” If I feel that it is and it will make him feel better I work really hard in changing the behavior, because I love them and want to be the best I can be.

      Thanks for sharing and hope you enjoyed the dinner and let them know how much you appreciated it.
      Debbie

  13. “If you give crap, expect to receive shit” – so true. Works every time, in all aspects of life. The anti-dote, as your post suggests: all you need is love, and as your post spells out clearly: often times, all you need is just a little bit of love. Enjoyed the post and the comments :-]
    ~Beat
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Beat,

      Glad that you enjoyed the post Beat. Yes a little bit of love goes a long way. Thank you sharing.
      Have GREAT DAY.
      dEBBIE

  14. Hello Debbie,

    I enjoyed reading your post tremendously. I laughed as I was reading it. How true!

    Then again, I must say that I am rather blessed to have a husband who is pretty hands-on. When my kids were babies, he would gladly volunteer to change the diapers. Now that my kids are older, he also sits down to help out in their schoolwork.

    It really makes a difference to have a partner who is committed to helping out!

    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Evelyn,

      Thanks for sharing and I am glad to hear that you have a husband that steps up to the plate and helps out. That is great. As for helping with the school homework when they are older that is great. Love it when i can make other laugh. Thank you for letting me know.
      Have a great day.
      Debbie

  15. Great advice, Debbie! This is something people should print out for young couples about to be married.
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Thanks Amy. Hey, never thought about that, but you are right, maybe than there wouldn’t be as many divorces. Thanks for sharing.
      Debbie

  16. Great straight forward advice. Written in terms a guy like me could relate to. Where were you when I was getting married the first time? Good work!
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Bruce,
      You made me laugh Bruce. When you were getting married I was still learning and most likely getting divorced. OOPS!
      After getting divorced i did a lot of research, soul searching, so I never made the same mistake again. I finally did get it right.
      Thanks for sharing and the laughter.
      Debbie

  17. Hey Debbie,

    I’m not married so when I do the BIG STEP I’ll inform you if I’m around.

    Best regards from I. C. Daniel – Romania.
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      That would be nice,
      Debbie

  18. Hi Debbie,

    Good tips here. There is nothing better than a man doing the laundry or the dishes. Women love it and with most of the families these day have two working parents, so it is important to pitch in and help. I know several families where the man is the better cook and that becomes his job, while she does other things. Finding a creative solution to all the household chores can go a long way to a happy marriage. Thanks for sharing!
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Hi Cathy,

      Finding a creative solution for those household chores is a great way to go for a happy marriage. That way know one feels over loaded. Wished i had married a man that likes to cook. LOL Can’t complain though, he helps out where ever I need him and he also picks up after himself. Even wipes down the bathroom sink when he is through. I sure can’t bet that.
      Thanks for sharing,
      Debbie

  19. Every husband needs to read this!
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    • Debbie Bills says:

      Thanks Alison.
      Debbie

  20. The picture is just amazing!! It tells every thing… :)

    Also, the things you explained in your article about women are damn true!! Experienced many things good and bad…

    Keep posting stuffs like this :)

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