Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Shortest post ever

It's next to impossible for your husband's foibles to annoy you when he has used his power, skill, and generosity to reduce you to a quivering gooey puddle of joy.

11 comments:

Who am I said...

Thanks for the reminder- it works in reverse also- when I am just spent after some awesome loving. Little things just don't seem so important.

Sensuous Wife said...

That's exactly what I meant. (grin)

Sensuous Wife said...

I changed the wording of my post a little bit, WAI. Does it make sense now?
Shula

Who am I said...

yes. I thought it made sense before.

Tulipsanticipation said...

Ah, so very true. I'm much more apt to allow him to indulge in his video games when he's given me some loving attention.

Tulipsanticipation said...

When will your store be up and running?

Cocotte said...

And what's the "Sensuous Cook" all about?

Sensuous Wife said...

Tulipsanticipation,
Oh, soon I hope! Hurricane Ike has certainly been a delay. I'll post more as I have a countdown to a launch date.

Cocotte,
I really enjoy cooking, I find the whole process very sensuous and pleasurable. For me, cooking is not a chore it is a pleasurable experience of creating edible art. Lots of cookbooks are about the result. My approach is to write about the process and enjoying yourself while cooking. When I cook, I play music and dance in front of the stove. It's a huge source of everyday joy. I've been taking pictures while I cook and writing articles about the process of cooking an entree. Sensuous Cook is a where I plan to post those articles. I am a writer and I want to write a cookbook someday.

Cocotte said...

Looking forward to the invite then :)

Sensuous Wife said...

No invitation needed! :) When I get all the pictures from the first recipe posted, I'll take that blog public.

Mike said...

Exactly right. Same is true for the husband. After an intense time. Little stuff just does not seem important.