Thursday, November 11, 2010

Something worth saying

I love a man in a wedding band. Now hold up. Before you start calling me a home-wrecker or a no good *&!#$ who !!&% with another women's *&^%$#... let me explain.

A man in a wedding band symbolize something to me. He symbolizes true manliness, commitment, and responsibility. He's publicly declaring "I've put away childish things, and become a man." Or at least, had the courage and fortitude to take the first step into the bright and promising unknown: entwining himself to family, fatherhood, husbandhood, posterity, and provident living. Welcoming the encompassing mantle of expectation and hope; a hero's cloak for his children, a protectors and providers cloak for his wife. Loyalty. Ability. He holds for himself a higher standard of achievement because he no longer lives, loves, and works just for himself. Selfless and sacrificing.

I love a man with a wedding band and I respect the man that gives everything he has to give and then 25% more to fulfilling everything that means. There's something to be said of good men these days - few and far between - but courageous and steadfast. I want a man who wants a wedding band.


heidikins said...

Amen, Sista.


Craig Barlow B. said...

I don't have a wedding band, and I symbolize true manliness.

jaime said...

You should talk to Scott about this. I'd be more than willing to get him a wedding band if he got me one too :-)

S.E. said...

who doesn't want a man who is ready to fully commit and it ready to satisfy his women..