Archive | April 2016

Careful With the “Headaches”

I have been reading a lot about sex and marriage lately due to my current situation.  Most articles seem to be from the perspective of the wife denying her husband, but I can tell you it goes both ways.  I promise you, the hurt and pain are very real.  I can tell you from my perspective what your man must feel like if you constantly refuse.  It feels like a slap in the face night after night after night. He will feel ugly and undesirable.  He will not want to do anything for you at all.He may even be tempted to get it somewhere else, and no I’m not blaming the woman if that happens. A man is responsible for his own actions.  Two wrongs don’t make a right.  I’m simply stating the possible results that are even in the Bible.

The husband should fulfill his marital duty to his wife, and likewise the wife to her husband. The wife does not have authority over her own body but yields it to her husband. In the same way, the husband does not have authority over his own body but yields it to his wife. Do not deprive each other except perhaps by mutual consent and for a time, so that you may devote yourselves to prayer. Then come together again so that Satan will not tempt you because of your lack of self-control. 1:Cor 7:3-5

My prayer is that young women would understand the needs of their husbands in that area. I’m not talking the Duggar extreme of being “joyfully available”.  Where you can NEVER say no.  Just be understanding and respect his desires.

I know many women scoff at the thought of pleasing their man.  The feminist movement has made women feel they don’t have to think of anyone but themselves.  They feel that being home raising children is not worthwhile.  Yes, I know, I work outside the home, but my schedule is conducive to being home when my children are out of school or my job allows them to be with me.

Just my two cents…and to all the wives and moms out there… YOU ROCK!




The Great Potty Debate

The great potty debate is everywhere.

I have a solution that many places already have implemented.  It’s called the family restroom.

The transgender community, as well as the rest of us, all have rights, and when you gotta go, you gotta go.

I get how some are concerned about men in the restroom with young girls.  I confess I’m not crazy about the thought myself, as it seems to give permission for any man to claim he is transgender in order to enter a women’s restroom. Yet, if someone is going to attack you in the bathroom, a sign on the door is not going to stop them.

However, I’m not going to make a blanket assumption about a whole group of people.  I don’t pretend to understand what a transgender person goes through, yet we seem to neglect to think the transgender person may be uncomfortable as well.  They could just as easily be attacked in the bathroom by someone who just simply wants beat them.

So I say, the most common sense thing is for everyone to have a choice.  I guess common sense isn’t so common sometimes.