Wednesday, July 10, 2013

You know those times when . . .

You know those times when you wish the husband you love, the father of your children, would fall under a bus?

What do you do in those times?  Change your Facebook status to single?  Live in different rooms.  Grunt?

I can ask this, because I have a crush on Tom at this moment and can be completely guilt-free when asking this question.


  1. I'd say take a pregnancy test, but you've probably already done that. Godspeed.

  2. Yes. Is that ok to say if my husband is your son?
    1. Have some girl time. I always love my husband more after some girl time.
    2. Go on a date. If I'm grumpy with him it usually means I'm not getting enough time with him.
    3. Go to sleep. It will be better tomorrow.

  3. I would say take a trip to Colorado all by your lonesome, but you & I both know how that one turned out. And I would say take a trip all by your lonesome to watch the Boston Marathon, but you & I both know how that one turned out.

    I await your solution. Mine are clearly not viable.

  4. I wait till his back is turned then give him dirty looks and stick out my tongue, I end up laughing because I am being so silly!

  5. When we're both in sleep and his back is turned, I pretend to kick him out of bed with a swift thrust to the backside. After expressing myself that way, I always feel better and can roll over and go to sleep. I imagined myself doing that every night during the week of our daughter's wedding, and when it was all over, I was able cuddle up again, and because I never followed through and acted out in anger I never had to apologize, which is always the hardest part for me.