I came home from a 12 hr day and the sweet lovable husband asks, “Watchya cooking tonight?” I stare meaningfully at the clock which now reads 9 p.m. and try to mentally send him a message that he shouldn’t even go there. Instead I ask. “How was your day?” “Good! I hardly did anything!” I… Continue reading Don’t wake up Cranky.
When I met my husband in 1994 he told me that he had “PTSD” and was a ‘Nam Veteran. I went home after that summer trip and told my sister about this really interesting guy I met on the Wagon Train. She asked about him and we talked. We were avid horse riders and this… Continue reading Married to PTSD and other initials.
So I am not sure as to why I picked that order for the title. But you have to admit, it is a grabber. And they all seem to work against or with each other if you are a woman and you are married. Anyone who has been married for a while will understand the… Continue reading Menopause, Marriage, Money, Men
Why is it that a woman seems to be able to think and plan better? Is it because we actually had to give birth to children and raise them along with all of the other responsibilities? I know women get knocked in the carrier world for having kids. But I believe that any woman who… Continue reading And so it goes.