Something I learned early on in my relationship with my husband was that although he came from a poor, developing country where he had very little growing up (material-wise) he grew up surrounded by wealth, in the form of an amazing family and lots of love.
That notion of wealth was something we had in common, despite being from different worlds, and it bonded us instantly.
Because of his humble upbringing, he took great pride in saving to buy something special and, therefore took excellent care of the few material things he had. To this day, non-material things matter most to him. But like many guys, he does love his toys: specifically cars, power tools and electronics. Continue reading “Fill It Up, Premium Please”