PonderedThought chronicles how I see God in my everyday experiences as a wife, as a mother, and simply as a daughter of Christ. My blog includes personal testimonies, inspirational devotionals, and pondered thoughts.
"But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered
them in her heart."
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For we women actually test those of whom we allow to be touched by. Like fine chinaware, we test those whom we allow to handle us.
One thing that I was never warned about when becoming a new mom was that I would be saying “I’m sorry” to my newborn son multiple times throughout the day. I probably say “I’m sorry” about 100 times a day. No, I’m serious.
My grandmother called me during my first year of marriage and frankly told me, “The first 5 years of your marriage will build the foundation for how you and your husband operate for the rest of your marriage.”
In all honesty, kissing was something I looked forward to the most when we were separated. Why take away this one physical pleasure when Ev and I were not having sex?
Why is it that when we get together, I’m not going to tell you that from the time you walked in, I’ve been sizing you up, unconsciously, by comparing my body, hair, and child to yours? Or that I canceled our last lunch date and told you that I was simply “cramping” when I really wanted to say that I felt like I was dying and felt all alone and wanted my mama and questioned why the good Lord had to give us cycles every month?