I’ve been lounging in the woods for the past week with all the goods and bads that offers. Sleeping in and eggs cooked in the grease left over from bacon (I kid you not, so amazing!), along with mosquito bites and having to wash all the dishes by hand.
Camping is beautiful and horrible.
Alas, you take the goods with the bad and hopefully the rushing river and lush forest win out. And eating all of the marshmellows and chocolate. Whoever invented that must have been trying to come up with a way to make camping lean a little more to the beautiful side! I know – let’s add chocolate! Smarty pants, that person.
Anyways, this past week I had a little article up over on the family life site talking about marriage and love and how we don’t always feel like showing love, even to the one we married. Shocked? You probably aren’t married then.
“The truth is . . . in a relationship we aren’t always going to feel like loving our spouses. We won’t always want to listen about their day when our own has been particularly difficult. We’re not going to want to kiss before falling asleep if they’ve annoyed us at dinner. And since we don’t always agree, there are times when we just feel outright mad.”
If you feel like reading the whole thing you can just clickity-click right here!
As for me? I’m going to google detoxing from s’more overload. I can’t be the only one…