Hello, November

 

November has arrived, right on schedule.  I’m lining up some new projects and reconnecting with the people I abandoned in October.

 

Including Husband.

 

couple having coffee in bed

 

 

Who, I now recall, annoys the crap out of me.

 

 

 

ME:  What time is it?
HIM:  8:30
ME:  (checks phone)  You looked!
HIM:  Yeah… at the angle of the sun.
ME:  No.
HIM:  (laughs)
ME:  Do not start that shit.  I will beat you with a controller

 

 

Speaking of that controller, no I never did finish Horizon Zero Dawn.  That’s how far behind I am in my gaming, y’all.  Blame the ferrets that control my brain, but I keep getting distracted by other things and haven’t had time to play in months.

 

Serious question: do I still get to call myself a gamer?

 

sunset through autumn foliage

Hang on, I see a big pile of leaves that needs pouncing.

 

 

Enough about that, because what I am making time for is snuggling with Husband so we can catch up—as previously mentioned—on the Netflix. Here again, I am faced with the reminder that he’s just bad at things.

 

 

ME:  (snuggling)
HIM:  (touches my arm)
ME:  That’s my arm.
HIM:  (continues tapping along)
ME:  Still my arm.
HIM:  (tapping)
ME:  More arm.
HIM:  (touches my nose)
ME:  That’s my nose.  There’s actually some stuff in between you skipped over.
HIM:  Arm bone’s connected to the nose.
ME:  No.  You clearly know nothing of female anatomy.

 

 

couple on couch next to television

At least we don’t do it THIS wrong.  I mean, who watches TV like this?  Seriously, if you don’t have a dedicated room and must put the television in your living space, at least make it comfortable!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 comments on “Hello, November

  1. LOL! That’s the go-to spot for The Viking. And sometimes, when he’s having a bad day, I go out to the garage and lift my top to my shoulders. It almost always works because I’m very skin-flinty with those kind of gestures – they are for emergencies only. Also….Naked Hockey Night. :o)

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    • Husband gets flashed only if I need him to stop what he’s doing immediately. Or when I’m bored and feeling like a quick reminder that he can’t get enough of me… but mostly it’s that first thing. Because otherwise he’ll get his eyeballs glued to a game and can’t be pulled out for anything.

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      • Indeed. It’s a powerful tool and one that must be used sparingly. It’s like pulling a fire alarm – the reaction is immediate and urgent but if you pull it too many times they’ll ignore it and burn to death while sitting on the toilet. :o) LOL!

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