I first met the woman who would become my wife when she was 14 (We didn’t start dating until she was almost 19). We worked together at Taco John’s. She was always on time, didn’t ask to leave early, and even came to work the day she had six wisdom teeth pulled (yes, she had six, not the usual four). She worked hard. When she became a social worker, she worked even harder. But I haven’t seen her work as hard as she has since becoming a mother. The greatest compliment you could give my wife would be to call her a hard worker. That is something she learned from watching her father and mother work hard. In describing the wife of noble character, it says this:
Proverbs 31:17: “She is energetic and strong, a hard worker.”
Thank you, Lyndsey, for being a wife of noble character. I love you.