086: THE BEAUTIFUL BED

My bed is spread with beautiful blankets, with colored sheets of Egyptian linen. I’ve perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon.Proverbs 7:16-17

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It seemed a little question…What size bed did you start with and what size bed do you have now?

Wow! We heard from so many of you and the answers were just as diverse.

On today’s show we reflect on our own journey from twin to king and how it often mirrored what was going on in our marriage.

What does your bed say about your relationship?

Is it a place to connect after a long day, a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of life, or is it a place where you plop down and forget about everything around you?

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Remember back to your wedding day. We’re not talking about just the ceremony and reception. We want you to remember how you felt. Your marriage was going to last forever. You were sure of that. And then…reality set in. You think you can deal with it, and maybe you can – for a while. You still love your spouse, but it’s just not the same. Is it just a part of life? Do you let that fire die into just a smoldering pile of ashes? You don’t have to!

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4 thoughts on “086: THE BEAUTIFUL BED

  1. We just had our second wedding anniversary, and since the theme is cotton, i bought 1000 thread count sheets, inspired by this post. Can’t wait to try them out.

  2. I just listened to this podcast and wanted to let you know that my wife and I have been enjoying our full-sized bed since we got married, just over 3.5 years ago. 😀

    Though the idea of a bigger bed does sound nice sometimes, we like the closeness that ours provides. If it gets too hot there is room for us to each have our space, yet not so much that we lose each other (which seems to happen in king bed hotel rooms).