When Love Leaves, Brush Your Teeth

SAM_3081 2Valentine’s Day.
Red hearts, roses, chocolate, and jewelry.

Many married couples, though, eventually agree not to spend money on one another at this time, and family responsibilities mean the romance may be replaced with daily cares. We may feel “love” is no longer a meaningful word in our relationship.

Below is part of an essay I wrote many years ago for a marriage counseling course. It’s not academic, and is a bit of a longer read, but I think you’ll enjoy it, and trust you will never again look at your toothbrush the same way.

Take heart!
When Love Leaves, Brush Your Teeth.

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Who Would’ve Thought!?

The first post on a blog by Marnie – who would have thought?!

Join me as I look to see God’s light in my life and in my world, and attempt to reflect His presence through the written word.

The calling of my life is to write. The desire of my heart is to write. The sanity of my days is to write. But what writing to share? Sharing what I write is invigorating, and frightening. Yet I finally begin…

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