A glimpse at AbsoluteMarriage

These are actual conversations between me and the Hubbs

Christmas Edition

Hubbs:  Are we exchanging gifts this year?

Me:  No, Yes, I don't know why?  What do you want?

Hubbs:  Well I don't want anything, so good.  No exchanging gifts.

Me:  Well.  Uh, just because you don't want anything doesn't mean...  I mean you shopping, for me, you know... It would be nice.  Like a surprise.

Hubbs:  What do you want?

Me:  Uh, my hair done, mani pedi, you know, stuff...

Hubbs:  Done.  Merry Christmas

Ah, the romance.

The Health Care Edition


Me: So should I schedule that phone consultation for Health Now Medical to find out if I'm dying?

Hubbs:  Well how much is it going to cost all together?

Me:  Like $1700.

Hubbs:  Where are you going to find money like that?

Me:  Well I guess we're gonna have to skip Bulldog tickets this year?

Hubbs:  Uh, What?

Me:  Seriously you'd rather your wife die than miss some games?

Hubbs: You're not gonna die.  And we just got a new coach.

Me:  SERIOUSLY???

Hubbs:  Well, just don't die on a home game...

The Anniversary Edition

Me:  I think we should go to Vegas for our Anniversary this year.  It's gonna be 7 years you know.

Hubbs:  Why?

Me: So we can renew our vows in one of those kick ass Elvis impersonator chapels.  You could wear one of those powder blue tuxes from the Hangover...

Hubbs:  Megan, I already made the mistake of marrying you once, why would I do it again?

And there you have it.  These are actual conversations that took place over the last week... And yes we were smiling the entire time.  This is what our marriage looks like.  You can't stay mad at someone who makes you laugh... I'll be laughing at him, with him, because of him, always.  It's not perfect, but it is my AbsoluteMarriage.

Happy Blogging,
Megan



3 comments:

  1. freakin hilarious!!! New follower to your blog now too! This is great stuff!

    And it was just Mine and My Hubs 7 year anniversary too on the 16th! We went to reno, and stayed at the peppermill hotel/spa it was wonderful! We had a large jacuzzi in our room and We even got couples massages and everything! :)

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  2. Hahaha!!! This is funny. :)

    I can relate to the gift part. My husband's idea of gift giving is this.... when we are out at the mall and I see something and say "oooo look at this, it's so cute!" he'll say "go buy it then". I'll be so happy that I was able to spend money which is rare these days that I'll jump at the chance. Then after we walk away form the register... him: "happy birthday!" UGGHH!!!. You know, it's just not something worthy of a special occasion gift and there is no thought behind it. I just don't understand. :)

    Thanks for stopping by my fb page. I'm a new follower of yours now too. :)

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  3. Sounds a lot like my husband and I! Love that there are still people who have fun and loving marriages.

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