The Rebirth of a Marriage

My wife Jenny and I have been married for five years. We love each other unconditionally. She has always been there for me in my time of need. I swore in the church to always be there and provide for her. Recently, our marriage has hit a snag. It has become hard for us to be intimate with each other. We have tried everything we could think of doing, but is not working. We even considered using sex toys. I do not want to go to a marriage counselor, but I am running out of alternatives. I really do not want my marriage to end in a painful divorce.

Jenny and I met in college. We both were business majors. I remember the first day I saw her. She was eating lunch at a Korean restaurant near our campus. She was a beautiful, Korean woman with jet-black hair. Her skin was so soft and smooth. She had the most beautiful eyes in the world. You could get lost just by staring at them for five seconds. I thought she was the best thing since slice bread. I asked her out on a date. We went to the same Korean restaurant where I first saw her.

I often find myself reminiscing about my first date with Jenny. I was one of the best moments of my life. I will never forget it. That was the night that I realized that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with Jenny. Yesterday, that thought gave me a romantic idea.

I will take Jenny on a special date to that same Korean restaurant where we had our first date. I will also order the same foods that we had on that magical night. After dinner, we will watch a nice, romantic movie at home. We will have no interruptions.

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