Obama-Care and Sex Explained

Please tell me that you get your news from a reputable source and not from me. If you seriously clicked here to find out about the Supreme Court’s healthcare ruling, then you should put yourself in time out or force yourself to watch Fox News all day.  Shame on you.

I did, however, make a June 28 resolution to read the whole 200-page opinion.  I am going to get on top of this by going to the primary source, and maybe I will pepper future posts with erudite allusions to the decision.  In the meantime, I am going to see which of the Justices have Facebook pages and Twitter accounts so I can follow them, just like I follow Ashton and Kelly Ripa.

But I don’t want to leave you empty-handed, which is why I am directing you to my guest post that appears today on a website I really love: Just Be Enough.  My guest post is all about sex, so check it out here.  If you hate clicking, I will summarize my post: it’s a steamy mix of positions and dirty talk– or how it’s hard to make time for my marriage when I have two small kids.

The bedroom is for sleeping

The bedroom is for sleeping

Have a great weekend and feel free to tell me how you are letting yourself off the hook today and how you are enough. For today.

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3 thoughts on “Obama-Care and Sex Explained

  1. I just read and commented over there. But I have to tell you, I was legitimately horrified and starting to feel HORRIBLE about myself when you said you have friends that were responding how to actually have “sexy time”. Please let all your friends know I am mad at them, except that god-send Caroline of course.

    My kids are 3 and 1 and it’s too damn soon to feel the pressure to make that a regular part of our lives. And like you said, in my house Ian isn’t complaining, he’s just as beat down as me. “This will pass” is how we reassure ourselves and we sneak a touch, a peck, a head on his shoulder or a minute of hand holding. I truly believe it’s ok for now because neither one of us wants it to stay like this forever. Holding the space for it, even just in our minds, will make sure we stay on the same page.

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