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  • Queen bed Asked on September 13, 2020 in Question of the Day.

    I was at work and heard the news on the office radio.  I remember wanting to help and going to the American Red Cross that evening to donate blood and was turned away at the door.  The nurse said they had more blood donated that day than they could store and besides that, everyone coming out of the NY rubble was dead.  I was stunned by the realization.  I was22 years old,  somewhat naive, believed the rest of the world loved America and basically existed in a peaceful little bubble skipping along under the rainbow. I was politically apathetic at that time and that was one thing that changed after 9-11- I became more politically engaged.

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  • Queen bed Asked on September 13, 2020 in MARRIED SEX.

      Have you tried coconut oil?  It might rock your world!


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    • Queen bed Asked on September 9, 2020 in Activities & Items .

        I love a good massage, gentle kisses in my hair and on my neck.  I love it when we’re both really turned on and he bends me over the edge of the bed, table or bathroom sink for rear entry.  I love using oil on him for OS and for hand jobs.

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      • Queen bed Asked on September 8, 2020 in Question of the Day.

          Oh so many …how to narrow it down….My hubs prefers to keep lights and electronics off if they’re not in use so I try to honor that although it’s not necessarily a personal value. Also he prefers not keep any alcohol in the house and before we married, I used to have a small wine rack with bottles of wine. These are areas where Ive chosen to “bend” and do something in a new way to show him honor. Conversely,  He prefers the gas tanks of the cars remain at at least a quarter tank and I refuse to participate, despite his good reasons.  In this area he’s had to manage his own expectations and preferences and keep the gas tanks at an optimal level himself ( which I do appreciate). As far as managing my own preferences goes- He is very creative and artistic and, thus, has “ideas” laying around everywhere in the form of piles of papers, receipts and electronics.  I prefer things to be tidy and our home looks like a well organized model home everywhere I have jurisdiction.  His desk and dresser are more messy than I would prefer but he tidies things up in his own timing and I bite my tongue in the meantime.

          I think this is such a big part of marriage- learning to decipher matters of morality vs personal preferences and learning to manage our preferences.


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        • Hubs and I just spent a week in FL together.  We were staying in a private, somewhat secluded home with an in ground pool.  We spent the entire week naked in the pool talking and making love.  When we weren’t skinny dipping, we were in the house very scantily clad.  It was perfect!

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        • Queen bed Asked on August 21, 2020 in Question of the Day.

          Advice from my future mother in law before we married: “Keep towels by the bed because what goes in must come out.” LOL

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        • Queen bed Asked on August 8, 2020 in Question of the Day.

            @Ron.  Im intrigued …..ginger?

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          • Queen bed Asked on August 8, 2020 in PROBLEMS.

              I am sorry you’re feeling this pain.  Forgiveness really is so important in marriage and it can be such a process to learn how to forgive.  I think it’s easy to become stuck.  Here is a strategy for a visual forgiveness exercise based on my own life experiences and what Ive heard some wise counselors say:

              Identify what specific hurt you are feeling.  (I would imagine you feel some level of betrayal and/or you may be worried about being compared to another… just to name a few possible feelings.)  After you have identified the areas you feel hurt, write your feelings down on individual index cards.  Lay these index cards out in front of you and read each individual card and  say out loud “I forgive my husband for ….. (fill in the blank with what you have written on the card.). Then what you do with the card is up to you- burn it, fold it in half, tear it up, bury it or cover it with a symbolic red cloth (representing the blood of Christ…). This activity is a visual “line in the sand” that you can mentally refer back to when the feelings of hurt come creeping back.    Choosing forgiveness , despite how you may feel, is very hard.  Sometimes, we like to hold onto our self righteousness, our grudges or our desire for revenge but when we remember how much we have been forgiven by God, it becomes easier to forgive those who hurt us.  Best wishes and prayers to you as you sort though this.

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            • Queen bed Asked on August 8, 2020 in NON-SEXUAL MARRIAGE ISSUES.

                This spring, due to Covid, Hubs and I resurrected the “drive in the country” date and I absolutely love it!  Today we chose a two lane highway that runs throughout some of our beautiful Mid Michigan agricultural land with quaint red barns.  We stopped at an antique store, a side- of -the- road farm stand and purchased fresh veggies and made a final stop at a meat market for steaks.  Then we came home listened to music and prepared dinner together using our farm stand finds.  I think we spent $12 on dinner ingredients and my love bucket is full!!

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              • Queen bed Asked on August 8, 2020 in None of The Above.

                  Congratulations!  That’s awesome!

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