He is in Chicago at the moment so N/A lol.
He is still in bed snoring. But last night he told me"don't worry about the house. I will vacuum and dust after golf"If you leave your pants and top on the ironing board I will iron them " We have friends coming over and I won't get in from work til 15 min before they come.
It makes my day when he appreciates all that I do for him, when he thanks me for it.
It pisses me off when he blames PMS for every time I'm angry with him.
Ex. "You're about to start your period aren't you. That is what all of this is about isn't it?" Uhm NO.. I'm pissed off because you're being a jackass, not because I'm about to start my period! SMH
You be the judge...
I was suffering a mad migrane last night. He came home and we cuddled and talked about our day. We laid in bed and being uncomfortable I rolled over and went to sleep.
This morning his text says "It would have been nice if you would have warned me that you wouldnt pay attention to me"
I ignored it bc heplays these games all the time. Then he texts " Well, if you want to pay me any attention today, let me know but I know you have plans with your pal today"
Ignored it once again.
So far this morning he pissed me off a bunch of times. #1 our 14 year old was making me crazy (he is mouthy) and instead of helping my dh shut the bedroom door so he could continue to sleep >: /. # 2 he left the kitchen a mess last night, after telling me not to do it because he would # 3 when he took out the garbage he forgot to take out the can from the ferrets (which stinks) this wouldn't normally wouldn't bother me because everyone forgets, but this was on the heels of him nagging and bitching at our 17 year old about him not being responsible, and how we needed to do the cat boxes more, and on and on. The he sat and watched a movie he had seen 100x and didn't do the garbage till midnight. He can be a nag, but then fails on his own end but won't fess up to his own issues.
today.. nothing as of yet, pahaaa. we've just had a short text conversation this morning.
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