And it is delightful: the cosy business of waking up and feeling for each other, then seeing where it leads.' And thank goodness for that, as there is increasing evidence that sex is an important part of keeping mind and body fit, even at a pensionable age.My husband Olly and I have as good a sex life as we have ever had since meeting 42 years ago.Marriage to a “toubab” — a white foreigner — is their goal.
So, now there are no kids to get to school and no offices shrieking for our arrival, we have sex in the mornings.
The emotional one-liners were also really fun, because who among us ).
Using Carrie's quotes was a fun way to vicariously live out any and all no-chill fantasies I had about leading with my true monogamous freak flag.
And it is delightful: the cosy business of waking up and feeling for each other, then seeing where it leads.
Continuing to enjoy great sex makes sense of greater longevity, and if you and your husband feel (as Olly and I do) that, like a good wine, your unique blend has both mellowed and spicily matured through the years, then that is something to celebrate.’Once again, another subtle message to women that if we’re not enjoying sex from adolescence to the grave we’re in some way dysfunctional, frigid or wanting — that if we’d ever really been sexy, we’d continue to be so. I enjoyed a wonderful sex life for almost 30 years, but I happily hung up my negligee some 15 years ago and am perfectly content now to pour my passion into other things.