Your spouse deserves your very best. They want to be close to you. They never will have the nerve to tell you that your breath stinks or that your skin is rough. They love you too much. And some of them probably don't even care.
Part of the joy of being married is that you CAN be your real, stinky, bad breath, no-shaved self. And be loved. However, you can nurture your marriage by giving your spouse your very best. Now I'm not saying you have to be perfect at this all the time, but these little things should still be important to you, even if you have been married for 36 years.
Take this as a bit of a reminder to take care of the 3 S's - shower, shave, and smell nice. It will make love-making that much more enjoyable.
Listen up, if you stink, take a shower. At least if you didn't shower yesterday. Shower. Your spouse will be happy to wait the five-ten minutes it takes for you to be sweat and grime free. You get my drift.
And ladies, when was the last time you shaved? Take a minute to shave and put some lotion on (yummy-smelling lotion earns bonus points). This could go for the men too, depending on what your lady likes. Little things make a big difference.
Brush your teeth. Put on deodorant. Put on cologne/perfume. You know that making love is much easier if A) you aren't worried that you stink and B) you can enjoy kissing fresh breath. If you have bad breath, eat gum (or brush your teeth).
If you want to make sure you are presenting your best self to your spouse, then take note of your hygiene habits and get yourself ready for love. Pretty simple, folks. It's pretty simple. Just do it.
“Love is the greatest gift when given. It is the highest honor when received.”
- Fawn Weaver
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