A holiday Sprite is a familiar spirit that shows up on holidays to wreak havoc. Most families have that one person who drinks too much and makes an idiot of him or herself on holidays. These individuals are normal the rest of the year, except on Christmas, Labor Day, Memorial Day, or even family gatherings. Sometimes it’s on the day of the event, other times it’s a day or two before or after, but you can always count on it to show up. You see the person get antsy, and you know what is coming. Year after year, decade after decade, even when they do not drink or do drugs they seem to always pick fights and cause trouble on special occasions.
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I grew up as a young girl in the late 1960s and as a teenager in the 1970s. Most married women I knew were stay at home moms. They cooked, cleaned, took care of the house and children while their husbands worked. Even the couples where the wife had an outside job, it was normal to see the woman still do the housework and no one complained. I grew up with an understanding that marriage vows were sacred and spouses looked after each other. Recently, however, my 7-year-old granddaughter said something that troubled me.
There are a lot of books about marriage flooding the market today, and many couples are going to therapy and trying everything to save their relationship. In truth, there is one simple way to maintain Holy wedlock and that is for both people to choose to stay in the marriage. If one spouse chooses to honor the wedding vows and the other does not, there is no magical wand you can wave and change someone's mind. I know women who prayed, fasted, and begged God to save their marriage, but the husband wanted out, and he got out.
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The early riser gets the prize