Marriage 101

I did it, again. Me and my mouth! I had to reread “This Untamed Member” and James 1:19 from the Bible. I got in an argument with my husband. My words were not upbuilding nor fulfilling. I lost my focus. It’s so easy to get off track. I do not always say or do the right thing.  I get caught up in myself. I retaliate back thinking I’m justified, but in hindsight I am hurting myself and my husband. We came into the union as one. We are either going to work in unity or destroy each other through our words and actions.

I pray often for God to help me bridle my tongue. Sheesh, it can be so dangerous.

We were brought together for a reason. God did not make a mistake by allowing us to unite. It’s so much we learn from each other for our marriage; and to help those who go through the same thing.  Our trials are just not for ourselves. I’m not ashamed to say, “I do not have a perfect marriage, but I have the perfect mate”. I have to do MY part in making sure MY actions are acceptable before God and MY husband. I am HELD accountable for how I respond and react.

We are designed for greatness, even through our “rough patches”.

“Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath…” (King James Bible, James 1:19).

Me and My Legs

I am going to reveal a secret to you. I had a complex about my legs. They were too long (in my eyes). I would wear jeans to hide them. If I wore shorts, I felt self conscious. It was like wearing underwear outside. My legs seemed to go on for eternity. I could feel blind eyes staring at me.

I finally came to the realization that my legs are sexy. What was I thinking? I didn’t have scarred legs (just super skinny). I was my own worse enemy. Now, I show my legs proudly. They are looonnngg and sexy!

Just wondering…Am I the only one with a secret?

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