blogged about a topic that has really got me thinking.
you know when you're dating,
and your heart gently skips a beat every time you kiss?
you receive a flirtatious text and you can't help but smile to yourself?
you are extremely twitterpated, infatuated,
& can't concentrate on anything other than your man?
when you get married,
you are used to living with each other.
k y'all. you can't get me wrong, here.
when my husband walks in the door,
i get super excited and run up and hug him.
things like that haven't..and won't change.
however, i do have some friends
who really feel like their love life has altered a bit.
they are in love. but not in lust anymore.
i believe both are important.
it is important to want to rip your spouse's clothes off! ha.
i think so many people are so eager to get married
and once they are, they realize it's awesome and fun...
but now what?
a lot of people feel like that.
but it definitely does interest me.
as you know, i believe date nights are crucial to keeping your spark.
i think you need to put more effort into it than you think.
you have to serve your spouse.
when you hear about
"losing the spark"
it is couples who have been married for a loonngg time.
but i do have some good friends that are newlyweds
who feel this way.
personally, i think it's sad.
newlyweds should be giddy and excited and feel constant butterflies.
heck, i want to feel like this forever.
how do you keep your spark alive?
what advice would you give to couples struggling with keeping that "spark?"