The last few days my quiet time with God has been drier than saw dust. The heavens are brass and distractions rule.
It’s a bother, but I know it will pass. I’ll keep on taking the time to pray, read and just hang out with Jesus. Life will go on and we’ll connect again. It’s a matter of staying constant and giving everything a chance to move back into place.
Sometimes that happens with my husband too. Our time together seems less intimate. We don’t hear each other as well and life seems to run over us.
It’s a bother, but I know it will pass. I’ll keep on making time to talk with him and just hang out with him. Life will go on and we’ll connect again. It’s a matter of staying constant and giving everything a chance to move back into place.
We all have moments when our marriage shifts out of place. We don’t feel as close, we have a series of misunderstandings, or the things we normal cherish annoy the snot out of us. Just hang in there and keep investing. Persevere in the process of reconnecting.
Perseverance, secret of all triumphs. Victor Hugo
The Hudsucker: Can You Have a Happy Marriage Without Sex? Paul and I were interviewed awhile back as a part of research for this article.
Calm.Healthy.Sexy: Don’t Look Away from Your Marriage Choose your words carefully to fight dissatisfaction in your marriage.
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