Thursday, April 9, 2009

Husbands

Is my husband the only one that doesn't help out around the house? I mean seriously... ugh. I need EVERY married woman to respond to this. I'm being serious. I don't ask him to do much. I'm sort of over it. When he cooks, it's like a tornado has been through the kitchen. Somehow food miraculously appears in places it really should never be. It's annoying.

I love Mexican tortillas. I love the Farmers Market on Greenfield and Main. If you live in Mesa and haven't been there, GO! SUCH cheap produce. It's crazy busy but the checkout people are freakin fast so you get out real quick. My checkout lady was awesome today. She was totally from New York and saw that I was buying tofu. She said, "You ever cooked with that stuff?" I said no, but that my husband is taking a nutrition class and we are trying to go Vegan because of it. She said, "I would get a new husband." lol. lol. So funny. She then said, "I would rather be overweight than eat healthy." I totally had to agree with that. Love my life.

That's all. I'm adding famous people on Myspace. Their actual real profiles. I'm already friends with Nicole Richie, and I added Paris Hilton and Lauren Conrad today. These are their real profiles. Myspace verifies them. Yup. I'm popular. Myspace is not evil.

5 Opinion/Thoughts/Corrections from you:

  1. your night stalker09 April, 2009

    I have to agree with what you said about your husband. When David cooks, the kitchen really does explode. I remember when David and Abe were bachelors together, and I went over and saw the kitchen. It was bad. Like the worst I have ever seen. I don't think people can really understand. Maybe you should secretly take pics to show. My husband is the opposite. he does not cook, and if he does, its plain spaghetti noodles. THats it. And no, my husband doesn't do laundry, clean, load dishwasher, or anything. I do suspend computer rights until he takes the garbage out. Who needs men anyway!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Matt helps *sometimes*. But I have 5 slaves, uh, I mean kids, that should be doing it so they can learn the value of work. Besides this is my attitude: Matt goes out into the workforce everyday and works his butt off to pay our bills- that is his responsibility. I am at home- that is mine. Now if he is making a mess and not cleaning it up that frustrates me. He usually cleans up after himself though.
    And he does the kitchen/cooking mess too, but he makes such amazing food that I don't mind cleaning up behind him. I would rather have him cook and me clean than have me cook and clean.
    It works for me. Home is my workplace and I don't even have to deal with stupid people here. Yay! I like it this way.

    ReplyDelete
  3. ARGH! Husbands who say they will help, really never do. Mine doesn't either. I've asked, nagged, begged, pleaded, etc and nothing ever changes. He doesn't cook, doesn't clean, doesn't help with laundry either. Nor does he ever clean up after himself and his clothes never end up in the hamper. Instead, they are on the floor 2ft away from the damn thing! I think you should take pictures too.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hi Lisa,

    This world is mixed with people with different personalities, talents, interests, etc. Something that may be a weakness in one person is another persons' gift. My husband doesn't cook. Matt does cook, and from what Ginny said, he cooks excellent. We've tasted his food and it's very good. My husband is very knowledgeable with computers and he works his fanny off to make enough money for not just our family, but for the business when we're short. He works so hard to better himself every day. He uses prayer and scriptures on a daily basis and he tries to turn to Christ with everything he does. There may be some husbands out there who don't do any of those things but will do things that my husband doesn't. I drive Jared nuts, and sometimes he drives me nuts. Welcome to marriage! It's beautiful, isn't it!:) I wouldn't want it any other way!!!!!

    Love ya!
    Katie

    ReplyDelete
  5. Andrew would so be in trouble if he never helped around the house! I had kind of a hard time at the very beginning, but now I've trained him well. :) He helps with the dishes, he's usually the one that does the laundry and then we fold it together, and if I ask him to, then he'll clean up other messes as well. And he's in charge of mowing the lawn and other outside stuff. We'll see how well he keeps up with all that when we have kids. :)

    ReplyDelete

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...