Actually, my husband is better with birthdays than I am (but I do remember his and my daughter’s). I can remember my sister’s and my mom’s, but not so good with my sister’s kids and definitely have problems with her grandkids. :o)
I don’t find them sour – I find them bitter
Incredibles 2 is the first movie I have seen in the theater this year. LOVED IT!!! (But do be warned if strobe lights cause you problems, you might want to take precautions)
Kind of wish I could do that to my husband. :o)
But he is willing to do “not nice” things as well.
I was wondering the same thing.
Good point. Yes, I was better off than essential personnel, but it was not all fun and games as the public likes to think. As the sole wage earner (with a handicapped husband and autistic daughter), there was a lot of stress the last few times as they threatened not to pay us.
And they draw Maria and Joey so well (wink, wink).
I am struggling with the same problem. However, I decided that I was going to eat what I needed to eat and let my husband fend for himself. He is perfectly capable of fixing his own meals and he knows what he should and should not have. I got sick and tired of worrying about HIS diet and not mine and having him undermine my efforts. Since I have been concentrating on MY health, I am now in better condition (not great, but better). I am off insulin, using 1/2 the blood pressure medication I used to take and have had other meds cut back. I have lost 40 lbs recently (102 over the last 10 years). Sometimes you have to worry about yourself and not your spouse.