I couldn't afford to buy my husband something for the dare. But, when I went into the employee lunch room at work, there were a few cupcakes and cookies for Memorial day and I saw a little bowl of peppermint candies which he loves. I picked a few up and gave it to him as soon as I saw him that day. He smiled and said they were perfect and he kept them in the car. Next thing I know, there were just a couple left a handful of wrappers. I know that it was a very small gesture but I told him that I gave him those because I thought about him when i saw the candies. We are still trying to get over the past but, I think we are making progress. Slower than I would prefer but, it is still progress. I continue to have faith that God will help me through this.
Th dares do not require expensive. The gift is something that shows you are thinking of them. It can be the smallest things that have the biggest impression.
And remember, when you love Christ first, it is then you love others better. Christ is molding you. And it is in His time not yours. Be patient.... It is well worth it.
My wife had a beautiful ring 2 years ago, but after she was pregnant she took it off and we think some one stole it. So financially right now we cant replace it. Yesterday she showed me a ring that she liked on qvc, that looked close to hers. Today she mentioned that she wanted to buy it, but I stepped in and said I would take care of it. Was that the right move? She said she would buy it because its placing her ring
Well you are married. You are to be one. In everything. But it sounds like you both separate your finances.
If that is the case, then buy it for her. And let her know that it was your love that ring represents.
And start working to being one in every aspect of life. Including finances.