A lot of guys, myself included, don’t converse as much with our wives as they would like.
Four shots of espresso works for me. It loosens up my tongue. I get excited about whatever subject. I remember things about my day that previously I had forgotten.
I want to the thank the Great God Who Made Coffee. (Honestly, I don’t know why that’s not included in the list of God’s names in the books of theology. If were writing those books, I would include it!).
There are a few things that guys and girls want different out of marriage, that come unnatural. Guys want respect from their wives, who know us better. Girls want conversation, and we have the lexicon of a tree stump. The challenge of marriage is to do the unnatural thing and GIVE to your partner.
Posted in love, Marriage
Tagged Chistianity, coffee, dating, fun, God, Jesus, life, lifestyle, longevity, marital faithfulness, sex, wedding
Quite unexpectedly I fell in love with sprinkles on the Christmas cake this year. There’s something delightful about the crunch on the soft white frosting.
I usually run AWAY FROM treats. I run TO the gym. But it’s Christmas, a time of celebration of Jesus’ birth. So I’m letting myself go a little bit and enjoying things I usually avoid.
The problem with America’s obesity is the problem with America’s morals. We want too much too often. We can never say no. We cannot stay with what is good for us. God made sex for marriage, for example. And we want sprinkles on everything and all year round.
Here’s the message America needs: we need to enjoy God-given pleasures within God-given limits.
Posted in Christianity, Christmas
Tagged baked good, cakes, cogitations, everything in moderation, Faith, inspiration, Jesus, limitations, motivation, random thoughts, sex, sin, sprinkles, treats