I'll say a little prayer that Pat's work schedule gets back to one where you two will have some time together again.Sam
That's horrible. For him AND for you.
What awful hours Pat works ~ hope soon he gets back to a good schedule so you two get to spend time together ~ Ally x
I know how frustrating it can be on the wife side not having your man around for a thousand different things. And when you have animals they seem to always know when there is no man around to deal with any problems they create. Just try to remember that poor Pat has no life at all right now. So make his three waking hours at home as pleasent as possible. - Barbara
WOW he's working a LOT! Give him an extra hug.Pam
That is a long day! No wonder you often have no one to talk to.xoxo
ceise the moment--that's all you have sometimes....and a smile, that reminds him of his first date. Guys always remember there 1st date with you....even if they don't say it. I travel for a living....and where ever I go, I plant my garden. Yeh, in the big metro of Florida St. Petersburg, my garden is home. My older kids are away,and the rareity I get to see them,well let's say they are growing up with values given, as they learned. I didn't cherished the days my man worked hard. He didn't want to...he had too. The garden I grow, isn't easy in different climantes....but it works....and it's only for a period of time.The stems get stronger, and buds did bloom: the glistening of a bud, till one morning; there is a bloom. I cherish the pleasure my plants give back....life. When my husband worked...and I was alone, I learned things. Basic plumbing,wiring,crotching, and music....anything, because....I knew in a few short 20 yrs,,,,it would be him alone and I wanted something there....in the years left.Sorry...I left, but have everything I learned during that time. Life outside of a home isn't home...it's endless work....with no bud's bloom unless you grow them.
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