So, long story short some old friends are having a party because one of them is moving out of state. Me and DH were invited and when I brought it up to him he made it clear he didn't want to go. I figured as much and didn't make a big deal. Well, now an old friend from the same group is coming to visit this weekend and asked if I was going to said party. I said no, we had plans during the day and DH didn't really want to go. So, DH reads this (over my shoulder, no less!) and flips out that I'm "throwing him under the bus" and "making him look bad to my friends". He said I should lie and say it was a mutual desire not to go to put forth a unified front. I think he's making a big deal of nothing (the friend I was talking to is a very close friend, also married, she knows what it's like).
Anyway... was I out of line?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:18 PM on Jul. 13, 2010 in Relationships
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