Does that old flame still burn in yours? It’s burning in mine. And my husband couldn’t be happier about it.
Last time I blogged on the 30-day challenge, I shared how we make intimacy work while my husband is on the road. Now, he’s BACK! So, I’ll bet you want to know how it went? Did one of you just scream, “NO?!?” Don’t worry, I keep it PG on Road to Joy. And so did the viral Indian friend he brought back with him.
This week’s photos are from my husband’s business trip “east,” to India. WOW. Garba Dance, Mumbai, Jamnagar, Hotel Leela, giant bugs, and much more.
I think I’ve got sex on the brain. My husband – the other half of our couple who makes you want to puke – is in India for 2 weeks. So I certainly don’t have sex on the bed or the sofa or the kitchen counter right now. None at all. But you can: Click through to read about the 30-day intimacy challenge for couples & follow on twitter at #30days.
Love limericks. Even worse than it sounds.
I’ve got the lovesick writer’s block blues, oh yeah.
We work hard to be this nauseating. Except that nothing inside a relationship is ever quite what it seems to the rest of the world.
Whatcha Gonna Do With All That Junk, All That Junk Inside Your Trunk(s)?
If a picture’s worth a thousand words, then I just logged 9,000 in humorous narrative non-fiction. Cool; a good writing day.
What do you do for love? What do you do for yourself? In the end, is there really any difference?
How many of us would even go out out and exercise with a tube up our nose/down our throat (and tethered to our husband by a “nose leash”, as he ran at our side carrying the medical device attached to the tube), much less run a 10k, win and set a course record while doing so?
What happens when one man’s plans run smack into his wife’s (many) issues…and a small, red bird?
My husband showed me that Love Don’t Cost a Thing.
“My favorite Brad Paisley song came on, and it made me want to come touch you one more time. I figured I could still catch you.”
“What song, the one about the ticks?” I asked. “Eric! There are two kids in the car, and this is a public road, you know.”