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Saturday, July 5, 2008

Lazy Saturday afternoon

I'm chillin'. My hubby has complained that I spend far too much time away when he is around so I took the day off from yoga to hang out with him and my mother in law. Interestingly enough, I find myself sitting alone at the moment while he works in the basement (he chased out the "hens") and shortly thereafter my mother in law disappeared without explanation so maybe he chased her away too.
Finding myself alone, I checked the yoga schedule just in case it was not too late to hit a class. Unfortunately, it was and my body could use a rest anyway. Rumor has it that we will be going to a movie around 4:15 anyway. In the meantime, left to my own devices, I thought I could write a little in the blog and a little on the book.
I don't have too much to report but I am excited to be the proud owner of a new sewing machine. I think that the machine is going to really aide the Refashionista cause. I just got a cool Obama shirt from my sister's dad so I am currently washing it in anticipation of a refashioning bonanza. I think it will be super-cute and that soon many people may covet one (If you do, let me know and I'll see what I can do).

4 comments:

Diane J Standiford said...

I hope you got to see the movie. If it were ME, my husband better be making me a gift in that basement.

Diane J Standiford said...

BTW, what is it with men and basements? Every time I call my brother he is in his basement. (Andd he lives with just his wife in a FIVE bedroom house...)

Michelle said...

Stopping by to say a belated hi! Thanks for checking out my brain.
I am the proud owner of a 'free' Kenmore sewing machine and I hope to learn about it during the cold winter months.
Stay inspired!
Michelle
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Jorgo said...

Hey, your husband appears to question your behaviour a bit and appears to make really unhelpful comments about you.

He may be feeling powerless in the face of your condition.

He may be feeling hard done by (as if you don't have the right to feel that?).

He may not know what to do, in general.

It might be useful to sit down with him and just get both your expectations and needs out on the table.

Either together, or with a counsellor. Come to some sort of agreement as to what you are doing going forward.

He needs all the support you can give him.

There's a very slim chance, lets get wild for a moment, that you could use a little more support yourself.

I admire your courage.