All right. That's it. I'm done. I'm fed up. I want my husband back.
Simple as that. It's all about me and I want him back.
You know what the problem is with being so selfish? When you want something and you can't have it you then you tend to turn into a small child.
I want my husband back. (Insert whiny voice)
I'm not being nasty about it though. I think I am handling it very well.....most of the time. Sometimes, sadly, I'm sort of like a toddler. I stomp my feet and fuss and say things in a really whiny voice. Things like "I want Darcy to come hooooooome!" Or "I miss your daaaaadddddyyyyy!"
In turn, the kids say similar things back to me and I think, although I'm not 100% sure, that my whining just perpetuates the problem.
We miss the man. It's been 2 weeks. Tooooooo loooong. (Insert whiny voice here, again)
And now there is a crap load of snow on the ground making things harder for him. He's almost at the roof and I hate it when he frames the roof in cold, snowy, slippy, slidy weather. I especially hate it because I know he is working as fast as he can so he can come home. I will have to institute some rules that I will inform him of immediately.
1. No falling off the roof.
2. No hanging off trusses because you slipped off the roof.
3. No frostbite
4. No falling through stairwell holes.
5. If you do fall you can't land anywhere hard.
6. No swearing. Wait. Sorry. I have already been informed that this isn't a rule and never will be.
7. Text the woman as soon as you set foot on the ground so as to assure her of your well being.
Poor man. I'm pretty sure he isn't stomping his feet and whining like I am. I'm pretty sure he is too tired to even think much about us as he told me he worked 70 hours last week.
One more week. Maybe one and a half. Maybe two. These are the uncertain joys of being married to a framer.
"How long do you think you have left, hon?"
"Um, I dunno. A week. Maybe a week and a half. Maybe two......"