Relationships · Thoughts

14 Days of Romance – Day 2 – A Hug

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14 Days of RomanceDay 2A Hug

A warm embrace and feel of another’s body is a great way to have a beautiful connection.  Just as you hug you loved ones, your baby, your brother or sister is the same thing for lovers, a deep intimate connection of recognition inviting the other into your world.  As simple as a hug is, many people throw up a big barrier and avoid hugging feeling that it will give themselves away, but sometimes, just sometimes we need to let others in.  A hug is one of the most intimate action we can all commit to show someone else, we love them and we trust them, and they are welcomed.  Think of the cold weather, and find someone you care about and hug them today, and finish it off with a smile.

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Humor · Lifestyle

Who Would Have Thought: Shower Curtains and Drapes [Workout]

Girl in shower
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Who would have thought putting up Shower Curtains and Drapery would be such a workout…I am guessing women with a home of their own.  I went the difficult routine to take them down and put up fresh ones as the dirty ones went to the laundry.  The constant reaching up and hooking the curtains worked out the arms as well as the abs for holding the position and curtain up as you find the hole to hook them.

Well that workout was fun.

I look forward to the next time.

Any comments, leave them below… 🙂

PS: Create a happy home and share the responsibilities of the house.

Thanks for reading
Richardo Wilson