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What is this forum here for if not to let off a little steam? Can I not rant and rave about my DH being an idiot IMO from time to time?

Of course he could say the exact same for me. And to that he would say "That's one of those things I'm not allowed to agree with you on is it?" with a grin on his face.

Yes, my DH has given me grief about being ill. But he is unable to walk in my shoes. Metaphorically speaking - cause physically speaking, he actually can get his feet into my shoes - goes to show how big my feet are or how small his are. lol

I found an article that I sent to him that I hope helps him understand the things I go through a bit more. Will it? Time will tell.

I'm not talking about dealing with my children either. I happen to think I'm a pretty decent parent - even when sick.

So...just because I may insert a rant that is IMO, that doesn't mean that our relationship is on the rocks.

Remember, just because I've written it publicly (and not taken it to just specific friends), doesn't mean that there is a crisis. No, when I get THAT peeved off I put it in the specific friends rant and/or just call someone and rant and let off steam and/or email someone specifically for another point of view.

Besides, I certainly realize that there are always two sides to any story. Some are just more--colorful--than others.

Did I put that delicately enough? *chuckles*

I've got the best DH in the world for me. We fight, we canoodle, we make up - hubba hubba - and through it all we love each other like I've never known love before.


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Mar. 3rd, 2004 10:17 am (UTC)
Things are always more colorful
when you use the big box of crayons!!
Mar. 3rd, 2004 01:25 pm (UTC)
Re: Things are always more colorful
I LOVE the big box of crayons!

Feeling a bit nostalgic I'd like to say that I also miss the large crayons we used in Kindergarten. *chuckle*
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