We’ve been married for ten years and not once did my husband gave me flowers on Valentine’s Day nor on any other occasions— just now.
My husband keeps on asking me if I will write a blog post about our 10th year wedding anniversary and I said yes– just to shut him up. It has been three days since we started our countdown to our 11th wedding anniversary and I still haven’t blog about our 10th!
Can you see my “Who Writes Here” portion on the top right side of this blog? I know I should have updated my kids’ ages in there but what made me fully aware that “it has to be changed soon” was my age.
It’s already the month of August, right?
If I have to pick my favourite month, it would be August. I will be turning thirty five on the 23rd and the hubby and I will be celebrating a decade of our marriage on the 19th.
- He sleeps even with the noise of our three kids- our children normally wake up ahead of us especially on weekends but the minute I sense that they want to leave our room to watch television in the living room or are already jumping/playing on our bed, I get up and my day would start. He on the other hand, would still be lingering in Neverland, despite of our kids’ noise.
- He could watch television no matter how chaotic our kids are- he is so good in ignoring noises created by our kids whether they are playing or fighting while I almost lost my voice in telling them to keep their noises down.
- He easily gives in to our kids’ whim especially when he’s busy- while I would often make a bargain first with our kids just so they can have ice cream or be able to watch another movie in DVD, he would say yes immediately. His reason– to avoid anymore argument.. ugh!
- He doesn’t care if our laundry piles up- yes, we have a fully automatic washing machine which according to him, should not cause me any problem when it comes to doing the laundry. So when he feels like changing his shirt, he would do so. Same goes for my kids. My concern is that albeit the ease of washing our clothes, I consider the weather and our clothes’ hanging space that’s why I hate it when our laundry piles up.
- He falls asleep easily– in just a few minutes, he would be snoring! No matter what the situation is. And he would say that his sleep is not deep and that he is actually awake! Duh!
- He often say “just a minute”- he can make things wait be it a household chore or something that I ask him to do prompting myself to do it instead.
- He can play “asleep”-it’s hard to wake up a person who is pretending to be asleep than waking up a person that is truly in slumber. He would often do this when the movie in DVD stopped and it’s time to turn it off and turn on our lampshade (funny, right?)