I just ran across this link and thought it was funny, so why not share.. It's worth going to the link and reading the whole thing. FROM THIS We were the typical young couple. Full of energy, excitement, curiosity and adventure. We were willing to try most anything that didnt require 911 intervention or large amount of chocolate. some things must remain sacred! We laughed, explored and laughed some more, and like most newly wed couples it took just the wind blowing to get our motors going. Rabbits had nothing on us! TOO THIS And now we have reached that age when our kids are all grown, a few are married with families of their own and the hubby and I are looking at once again having the house to ourselves. As we sat the other night talking about how nice that would be the conversation took its natural turn when he said and what about the sex we are gonna be able to do anytime we want again. I sat back and caught my reflection in the mirror. Gone was the supple young bride able to balance on one foot while holding a feather duster and a can of whipped cream, wearing a slinky little number. In her place was now a grandmother who was luck if she could lift her leg high enough to tie her shoe. The only feather duster action taking place was to clean off the furniture and as for the whipped cream a squirt or two in the morning java suited me just fine. Gone was the slinky little number it had been replaced by a lovely flower print tent, designed by Omar the Tent maker. The only make-up was some anti-wrinkle cream that wasnt working and what hair I had left was piled up on top with a few bobby pins to hold it in place. I gazed at the woman for a moment and thought to myself .Maybe with enough chocolate and no lights, if we can both stay awake long enough, it might be possible oh who am I kidding .just turn on Wheel of Fortune and lets call it a night! There is always next year dear. FEELING FRISKY ? | Things Mom Never Told Us.