My birthday is coming up on April 30th. My address can be given for the multitude of presents I'm sure to get. Lyndon doesn't think birthdays are a big deal. I get more excited about his birthday than he does. While I'm not announcing my birthday countdown to the world (people who do that exist), I do think it's something that deserves an acknowledgement at least.
Lyndon knew what he wanted to get me back when we did budgeting, so I was already a little curious. When he named the amount he needed, I was even more curious. I also felt a little guilty being totally and completely okay with the amount. He has refused to give me any hints and even conspired with the wonderful ladies at the front desk of NCC to keep the present hidden from me.
I come home from class today, and this is sitting on our counter:
I never, ever thought it would be something I would get so soon in our marriage. I love my present, but what I love even more is that my husband listened to what I was saying. This was something personal that he purposely planned out. Gents, you don't have to buy something incredibly expensive. If you listen to your wife, she'll let you know what she wants. Just listen. You will definitely benefit from it.
He even got the red part right.