I was reading the other day on davewillis.org (a wonderful site by the way) and came across the quote above. It really hit me that this is so true in so many relationships today.
It is so easy to let life get in the way of your marriage and before you know it its been a week, two weeks, a month or longer since you have had sex with your spouse. Making sex a priority is something that you have to really work to do.
With my husband and I, we work different schedules and often times he is in bed asleep by the time I get home from work. It would be very easy for us to let other things come between us and put our sex life on the back burner. For many couples it may be work, the kids, or even health reasons that come between you and your spouse and your intimate time together.
But working to make that time together a priority will only benefit you in different areas of your marriage. Who cares if the basket of laundry doesn’t get folded tonight! It will still be there tomorrow. The intimacy you share with your spouse helps to make your relationship stronger.
So forget about the laundry or the dirty dishes in the sink and go love on your man.