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As I was walking in the back door, my hubby was walking out the front to attend a business dinner.

I saw that he had come home early so he could bring us dinner before his meeting.

I felt really bad, like I had let him down, but I wasn't really sure how. He called from the car just minutes after leaving and told me I was to be in our room, pants off, when he came home. The pit of my stomach dropped when he said, "you know your doctor said not to walk anywhere without your boot-cast on your leg unless you were on crutches, you could have broken that fractured bone". I have fractured that same bone .) I quickly put my boot-cast on and busied myself in tidying up the house, and then I took a shower.

I was trying to calm down because at this point I knew there wasn't going to be any playfulness involved.

Then I told him, "I think that this lifestyle may work for us", and at that time gave him "blanket consent". I was very passive about it, knowing that he had been burned by my younger, less-wise self.

I decided not to say anymore to him about the matter and for the next few weeks I demonstrated a very submissive spirit.

We had a lot of growing up to do, and began growing apart.

When the kids were born I became a stay at home 'super-mom'. Even though I loved my privilege to keep my kids home, my husband's 'you sit at home all day' attitude left me feeling devalued. morning Bible classes at our Church, teaching Sunday School and VBS (and basically surrounding myself in the Word) I started understanding that I wasn't the 'glue' that held us together after all, but rather the fire that weakened the glue.

I kept the mood lite and continued my "submissive in all things" attitude.

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