On any given day, if you ask me what I love most about John, my answer will be different.
Somedays, I might tell you that I love how funny he is. And when I say funny, I don't mean "haha good joke" funny.
He stands up for what he believes is right, and his word is very important to him.
I mean "tears streaming down my face, can't catch my breath, falling off my chair" funny. It's no wonder he's in a comedy improv group that performs every other week. But even when he's not performing, he's doing impressions, dancing around the house, singing made-up songs and generally goofing around.
Somedays, I might tell you that I love how smart he is. John is one of those people that seems to know the answer to any question you might ask. And if he doesn't know it, he learns about it. That's probably why his trivia team loves him so much - in fact, they've been to the National Trivia Finals a few times. I love to ask John random questions at the dinner table, then have long discussions about how space travel works or who broke Babe Ruth's home run record.
Somedays, I might tell you that I love how authentic he is. John has always been one hundred percent, unapologetically himself. He stands up for what he believes is right, and his word is very important to him. If he tells a friend he's going to be there, he'll be there. If he signs up for a softball team that loses every single game, he'll still show up. If he tells his dad he'll fix his TV for him, he'll fix it that day - every time.
And even though what I love most about John might change from day to day, one thing is constant: I'm thankful to be married to a person who makes me better - makes me funnier, makes me smarter, and makes me more myself.