This caught my eye this morning. It makes me laugh – apparently Mike and I could have had a write up in the newspaper and maybe even made it onto a major news source when we chose not to kiss until our wedding day. I’m sure not everyone feels the same way I do (in fact, I’m certain that there are few outside very strict religious communities), but it makes me sad that this is considered odd news. What’s so strange about not kissing, about saving as much physical intimacy as is possible for your wedding day? Let me tell you something – I heard it all – people saying “what if he’s not a good kisser?” and “how do you know that you have physical compatibility?” up until my wedding day, but our honeymoon was wonderful and there were certainly no problems caused because we didn’t kiss – we’ll be married five years in February and we have never had problems in that area (without getting into details, but I’m certain that anyone reading here will understand). So, if you’re reading and you’re thinking about when to kiss or when to do anything else, here’s a thought – your marriage just may be strengthened if you wait as much as possible for the little things, and I firmly believe it will be greatly enhanced by saving sex especially for your wedding night. Society will tell you otherwise, but I’ve experienced it and it works.
Not much in the theme of this blog, but I had to mention it.