When we were young and our hormones were out of balance in the opposite direction, being tired mattered very little. We still managed to express our lust for one another no matter the circumstance.
Now that we are older and the hormone imbalance seems to be at the other end of the scale, the desire may still be there, but ......... the flesh is weak without proper sleep. I suppose that this must be nature's way of keeping us alive. I wonder just how many have died due to that little blue pill pushing them to complete what the heart was too weak for?
I have always been told, "it's the thought that counts" when receiving a gift. That applies to sex in the sixties, too. Just my opinion.
I shared a political opinion earlier this week and an apology was demanded from the one I shared it with. Apology? For my opinion? I don't think so. This person demanding my apology feels very free to express his political beliefs to anyone who will listen (and some who just pretend to listen). My comment was in response to some bumper stickers he would be proud to display as a Republican. I found some of them to be racist and I said so. I expressed my opinion about the short-comings of his candidate and he wanted to know if I was "on something".
I am not a Stepford wife who would blindly follow her husband's choice in voting. I express myself well, I have a good command of the language, and I can even enunciate my words. This all happened in e-mail form. I did get the last word in. I might lose a customer. Am I upset about this?
I must be to some degree or I wouldn't be thinking and writing about it. My husband thinks I should have kept my mouth shut (or my fingers still) in the first place, and then when the apology was demanded, I should have apologized. Really, the man would seem to not know the woman he married. I would apologize if I had initiated the sharing of opinions, but I didn't. The world would be a dull place if every one thought the same thing ..........