This made me laugh. It was a woman’s retreat. Four women were sitting at a table eating roast husband while an older lady and I sat there hearing their comments. We ate and did some polite chit chat, but she seemed in a hurry.
“He forgets our anniversary,” the first gal said.
“Well, mine gives me gifts, but all I want is more time with him.”
“My husband thinks washing dishes is women’s work. I would love to have him help me. But he sits in his chair while I cook, clean, and care for our kids.”
“Mine helps around the house, but he never talks. If he would just ask me how my day went, or tell me I did a good job.”
The older lady sat there with a twinkle in her eyes. When they finished she stood up to leave and spoke up.
“Well ladies, the way I see it, you can either switch husbands, or learn how to receive and give love to the one God gave you.” Later they walked into the auditorium together and realized she was the speaker for a retreat called: Learning to be Content.
But Godliness with contentment is great gain. 1Timothy 6:6