Sunday, March 11, 2012

Beautiful Sunday

Gorgeous day - and the house is almost clean!

I was able to forget about the mess last night and relax.  I enjoyed a very fattening dessert that my husband brought home for me!  He also unfortunately brought home some very nasty bad breath that had me literally  hiding behind one of my pillows.  Last nights sexually positions were dictated by my efforts to avoid being directly exposed to his jambalaya induced bad breath.  Luckily we have been married long enough for me to be able to say - I love you and I want to do this - but your breath is toxic so get creative and keep it away from me!

Now for me - if he would say this to me I would be mortified - but all is good with him.  No amount of mouthwash was helping and he wasn't going to let it slow him down at all.

Tonight I am going to try to spice it up a bit.  Clean sheets on the bed and a clean house can really get me in the mood!



  1. See, that's always one of the things that keeps me thankful for the relationship I have with my hubby--I can't imagine being as frank with anyone as I can with him, and know that I'm being taken at my best, even when I may be showing my worst. He understands, and I'm with him for a reason.

    Being able to say things like, "Geez, man, your breath... unless it's doggy, it's not happening tonight" is something I (oddly?) cherish.

    It's bizarre, superficial things like this that underline how deep our relationship really is... it might sound like a paradox, but it's true.

    Point being: I totally get it, Mrs Yes. Good for you. :)

    1. Lannis, I love the doggy remark and a perfect solution. It is great being able to be forthright when necessary, and have it still be a win/win situation.

    2. Mrs Yes, I am very familiar with the situation. I can eat Mexican and come home hours later and my wife will ask if I have eaten Mexican. It's not even a breath thing so much. It metabolizes through my skin. My breath doesn't smell like Mexican, I do. I don't doubt it was the same with the jambalaya. Again, well played.