Traditional values set the roadmap for marriage. No one marries expecting the marriage not to last.
A devilishly good way to enjoy your leftover Easter eggs!
Instead of throwing your pineapple scraps in the trash… throw them in a pot and make tepache!
Early in my practice, a man came for a divorce because his wife did not meet his needs. I for once kept my mouth shut and gasped, “why?”. He said life is like a football game. My wife is very supportive when I’m doing well, but if I hit a rough patch in my career she becomes doubtful… That is the time I need a cheerleader, not to say I’m going to score, but that the game is not over, she’s with me and that she knows I am trying! As I listened, I realized that with mutual cheerleading, marriage is the wind under our sails!
We’re tickled we get to talk about radishes that are pickled!
Stop pudding your leftover rice in the trash!
There is a bed for every season of marriage. Initially, a bed is any size. With the addition of children, a bigger bed gives comfort. As the marriage matures then the bed needs to get smaller so that you can always reach out and touch your partner.
Oat’s just about time we did something delicious with oatmeal!!
Overripe Avocados?… You’re everything I AVO wanted