How To Tell If You Need To Work On Your Romance …

In pure Jeff Foxworthy fashion  … 

  • If your “special” restaurant has a drive thru window … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If you bought her Guitar Hero for Valentines Day … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If the only time the two of you go away for the weekend it’s to a deer camp or deer blind … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If your wife wears socks, sweats and an oversized t-shirt to bed on your anniversary … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If the last time you “really” kissed her you were watching a football game out of the corner of your eye … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If you only light candles to cover up unwanted smells … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If you really don’t feel comfortable being intimate if your kids are in the same house, city or time zone … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If the last time she ran her fingers through your hair she was checking for ticks … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If the 3 little words you say to her most often are … “pull my finger” … you might need to work on your romance.
  • If the only time your spouse says to you, “Turn off the lights and lock the door,” is when your parents pull into the driveway … you might need to work on your romance.

These are all in good fun, but seriously … romance never has to fade from your marriage. Romance in your marriage takes work and communication.  God fully intended for you to be married to your soulmate … not just a roommate.  Want some suggestions on how to be romantic? Try this and this. 

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I am a Christian husband and father, who moonlights as the minister for the church of Christ in Childress, Texas. My wife Lea and I have been married for 25 years. We are doing our best to raise our 4 boys, who are all growing up way too fast. Read 1158 articles by
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  1. Jo Baird says:

    Funny cute and true.

  2. Ed says:

    Too Funny. I think romance should involve pillow fights in the bedroom, and possibly all over the house as well. However, the pillows should be Walmart’s cheapest brand.

  3. JDH says:

    Pull my finger, and the one about ticks…that’s great!

  4. David Brent says:

    Why are you picking on me!! Good post.

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