Tomorrow is my wife’s birthday. She’ll be turning 23. 😉 I’m looking forward to spending some quality (alone) time with her, and celebrating her life, but honestly I don’t really know what to do. I am notoriously bad when it comes to this type of stuff. Birthdays, Christmas, anniversaries, and holidays get me just about every time.
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In marriage, you go through different seasons and stages. I refer to them as The 7 Rings of Marriage™. My wife and I have worn all 7 rings. And all of them aren’t pretty, some are down right ugly, nasty, and just difficult. But this season, this “ring of marriage” that we are wearing now is one of the best. Without a doubt, I can say (loudly) that I am a happy husband!
The year 2013 is coming to an end. I can honestly say it has been a great year. The year started with a lot of uncertainty, and a lot has changed since the beginning. Hopefully you can say your year was great too. If it wasn’t you can still start fresh beginning tomorrow morning as we say goodbye 2013 and welcome 2014!
I’m cleaning the cob webs off my web site today. Although I’ve been very busy I haven’t posted on my blog in over a month. You may not have noticed because I have been writing, and writing, and writing all over the place. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to write, and for other people and organizations to trust me to write for them.
If you were born before 1990 you are probably very familiar with the “blue pill and red pill” analogy used in the title of this post. This analogy was made famous in the film The Matrix.
Over the past few weeks I’ve been dealing with a choice similar to this analogy in my quest to break free from sleeping late to becoming an early riser. I realized I have to commit to one, late evenings (blue pill) or early mornings (red pill). I can’t have both.
Sometimes I’m like, “I married her…I married Niecy Hogg (my wife’s maiden name).” I am like “WOW!” Today is our 12th wedding anniversary, and I am a blessed man. We’ve had our ups and downs, but I can say without a doubt, marriage is the bomb!
Like most people, I have a bucket list. I am so incredibly grateful that I actually get to scratch something else from mine. I ran my first 5K!
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Okay, I have to start off by being transparent. When I first heard the term “domestic sexy“, my mind immediately went to my wife dressed in a French maid outfit cleaning the house, and…you fill in the blank. I know, I know, I should be ashamed! (I said I was starting off transparent!)
Work, sacrifice, submission, challenging, no joke, not for the faint of heart. You have probably heard all of those words used to describe marriage. Sometimes we make marriage seem like only those who enjoy pain and suffering will enjoy it. But what about the fun? Can marriage be fun? Are you having fun in your marriage?
If your family is like my family then you probably collect paper like LeBron James collects MVP trophies. Except your paper collection is not something to brag about. Your family probably has many keepsakes, medical records, lists, goals, and things you want to purchase as well. All of that can be overwhelming!