I comment on a lot of blogs. I wish I could get paid for it. I have my own blog at http://jeffholton.com/blog I don't give…
I'm nowhere near Nashville (unless I am, which I've only been twice in my life).
Oy. Thank God for Internet devices. They allow my wife and I to have civil conversations.
We met online, so perhaps that defines our relationship a bit. But we're definitely one of those couples who sits next to each other and uses iChat to converse. (A great benefit of this is that we can discuss subject material that we'd rather the kids not pick up on. We also type faster than we talk, but slower than we think. You can both be typing at the same time without having to call it "interrupting." Quite efficient, really.)
But I'll have to agree with you. On most days, there are at least a few minutes where I wish I was living in the 1880s and we'd just discovered the telegraph for the first time. I'd be just fine with that.
So long as the plumbers came today to install one of those amazing new flush toilets.
74F in summer (78F on VERY hot days where conservation is in order), 68F in winter.
And my husbandly solution to the financial issues is: I simply never look at them. I let my wife handle them all. I don't have the slightest involvement in them, and I never spend more than about $15 without running it by her first. Every few times a year, she tells me, "Don't spend anything until next payday." Ok. Homey plays that game.
She's the accountant. I'm the artist. (Which is laughable, because she's a 911 dispatcher and I'm more or less an engineer, at least by training.)
Now if I could get her to read my BLOG! Wow, that'd be a miracle...
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