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How To Preserve A Husband Recipe

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Added: Tuesday, May 8, 2007

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Be careful in your selection. Do not choose too young. When selected, give your entire thoughts to preparation for domestic use. Some wives insist upon keeping them in a pickle; others are constantly getting them into hot water. This may make them sour, hard and sometimes bitter. Even poor varieties may be sweet, tender and good by marinating in love, garnishing with patience, and seasoning with kisses. All husbands must be delicately wrapped in a blanket of respect and kept warm with a constant fire of domestic devotion and affection. For best results, pray that the Holy Spirit will preserve your precious husband in the ways of the Lord, that he may dedicate his life to living by God's design. Thus prepared, they will keep for life!

 

 

 

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