Feeling The Tingles

  This morning I told my husband that I wanted the tingles; I love the tingles. You know, that feeling that you get all over when you're around someone who lights your fire - someone who makes you feel electrified  - that feeling you feel when you're falling in love. You know the feeling I'm talking about.

Tingles can occur with a co-worker, a church member, a neighbor, or a complete stranger. If you're feeling the tingles for anyone except your spouse, it's time to run the other way. Tingles produce other feelings that lead to physical touch. I told hubby I wanted to feel the tingles again from him - nobody else.  He seemed surprised when I told him I didn't always feel the tingles with him. Uh...sometimes I can't stand being around you! Hubby SAID he always feels the tingles with me and although that was so sweet to say, I find it hard to believe. I'm sure when I get on his nerves, tingly is not the feeling he feels! LOL

Time is invaluable in marriage and often taken for granted. We put a lot of time in our careers, school studies, children, church, hobbies, sports, friends, etc...How much time do we invest in each other? Spending time together (like we did when we first met) is when the tingles are created. Focusing on each other and MAKING time to be ALONE is tingle time!  It's okay to go out with other couples and have family nights (hubby is excellent about family nights), but a flower not watered will die.

Make time to spend time alone with your spouse and feel the tingles!

1 comment:

LAUREN at Faith Fuel said...

Oh, I know all about the tingle!! I course we can live without it, but it sure makes the day brighter when we catch a glimpse of our spouse and suddenly feel shivers of delight!