I also make sure that I share equally with the household chores and cleaning.I am still very much physically attracted to my wife and I tell her that I think she's beautiful and sexy quite frequently.Over the course of our marriage, I've seen her interest in sex decline gradually to the point where she doesn't even have an interest anymore.
Dressen, the attorney for the current and former city leaders, said voters — not the state’s high court — should decide whether Strigel and Crowley keep their jobs.
Funk, however, said the council members’ open meetings infractions should disqualify them from serving the city. It leaves an ugly aftertaste; I get that,” Funk said. Instead of just complaining about the government, I’m trying to change it.” But the legal and political implications are wearing on some members of the community.
“It’s really unfortunate that once the underlying lawsuit was resolved [in 2016] that everyone couldn’t just move on,” Dressen said. The legal battle has its origin in a political dispute dating to 2013, when Funk rallied a group of residents to question local leaders he thought were conducting city business in secret.
The Minnesota Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case 9 a.m. He distributed yellow fliers around town accusing council members of hiding public information, and then filed data requests to confirm those suspicions.
“Our city government has been hijacked and we as residents are unable to do anything to stop it.” Janel M.
Dressen, an attorney representing the current and former elected leaders, including Strigel and Crowley, accused the opponents of drawing out the legal battle in an effort to oust her clients from office — even after they paid court-ordered fines and accepted responsibility.
“We did not want the citizens of Victoria to pay for this,” he said.
In March 2016, District Judge Janet Barke Cain ruled that the four council members intentionally violated the state’s open meeting laws 38 times by failing to properly close, record and give notice for meetings.
I've even gone so far as to ask my wife for an "open" marriage but she said "no way".
Although my frustration with this situation has been getting greater and greater, I still have decided to stay in the marriage (at least for now) because I love my wife and believe that marriage is meant to be a life-long commitment.
My wife still tells me she finds me physically attractive and I exercise regularly to keep fit and stay attractive to her so I know that my appearance isn't the issue.