Tag Archives: Marriage
Be careful at class reunions. He was a widower and she was now a widow. They had known each other for a number of years, having been high school classmates and having attended class reunions in the past.This 60th anniversary … Continue reading
My wife called on her way home from work and asked me to run her some hot water and not to forget the bubbles. I know she will appreciate my getting things ready for her. She’s a keeper and I … Continue reading
I will cease the opportunity to combine a cartoon I found the other day along with a blog post I read this morning. The cartoon is a good illustration of “noise in communication” and stands on it’s own. The link … Continue reading
What is Celibacy? Celibacy can be a choice in life, or a condition imposed by circumstances. While attending a Marriage Weekend, Frank and his wife, Ann, listened to the instructor declare, “It is essential that husbands and wives know the … Continue reading
All eyes were on the radiant bride as her father escorted her down the aisle. They reached the altar and the waiting groom; the bride kissed her father and placed something in his hand. The guests in the front … Continue reading
I have heard that 90% of being married is made up of shouting “what?” from other rooms. The remaining 10% is asking “What do you want to eat?” Just sayin’
I am thankful that my wife never wanted to learn how to shoot. This would be too easy of a defense for her to plead.
Some things just never change. A fellow turns to his wife in bed and whispers, “Did you know it’s National Orgasm Day?” “Oh,what a pity,” she said, “Right in the middle of National Headache Week!!” Just another, real-world example of … Continue reading
The married are…also to be admonished to consider not so much what each has to endure from the other, as what the other is made to endure. St. Gregory the Great Good Point. So Noted. Thanks to Father Thomas … Continue reading
More than once I have mentioned a group of guys that I have been meeting with weekly for over ten years. We listen, we understand, we hold each other accountable, we help each other grow and stay grounded. We know … Continue reading
Later this week, my wife and I will celebrate our 28th wedding anniversary. That is of course, unless she sees this post…….. Things men do that upset women: 1. Lie. 2. Be honest. 3. Not talk. 4. Talk too much. … Continue reading
A simple start to the day….This is an interesting way to look at relationships, don’t you think? Thanks to Carla and shadowtext.net
Courtesy of @jerseyrambo
I came accross this earlier today on Kurt Harden’s blog. Kurt Harden discovered it on Artie Issac’s blog. I call this “cross pollenation”…we pass information on to each other and then to another. This is a great article. I wish … Continue reading
My guess is that eventually, he is going to have to answer for this decision….and the results will probably not make him happy, assuming that this story is true.