Hooray for Husbands!

Anniversary Flowers

Thursday was our 4th wedding anniversary. Mr. Husband and I have been together for 8 years. I think it’s gonna last. Go team go. We had dinner at Ruth Chris steak house. Ate a fabulous filet mignon. For dessert a chocolate explosion and Irish coffee. Oh the deliciousness.

Husbands are good stuff. Well mine is. I wouldn’t settle for less anymore. If you are married it’s a good idea to step back once in a while and make a mental list of the good things. When they’re on the sofa unshaven and foaming at the mouth over a foot ball game is probably not the time though.

Mr. Husband buys me flowers 🙂 He hugs me when I cry. He’s given up trying to ask me why or tell me not to. He moves heavy stuff around. He’s great for hiding behind when some weirdo comes to the door. Husbands make an excellent excuse. For example, someone asks me about something and I don’t want to do it or go there, I can stall with “well let me talk to my husband about it.” That excuse is wearing thin though, because those who know me well know that he couldn’t/wouldn’t stop me if I’ve made up my mind.

He puts air in my car tires. He threatens fax machines with a handgun on my behalf. OK, to be fair we heard a noise and thought it was a home invasion. But seriously, is there anyone out there that who has not wanted to kill a fax machine? They are such a pain.

Just for a hoot I Googled the word husband. I was rather shocked by the hits that showed up. After the usual dictionary definition of the word husband the very next link was “9 Signs Your Husband is Gay.” Is that really the number one question about husbands these days? Logical dictates that you sort this stuff out before the marriage. Who knows. I would want to know if I was the strawberry in my fiance’s champagne before we tied the knot. It was an article from the Huffington Post so maybe that shot it to the top of the search engine.

The next link on the list is myhusbandisannoying.com. It doesn’t seem like a good idea to devote an entire blog to how annoying your spouse is. To much concentrating on the negative for my taste. Mr. husband annoys me at times. But, I’m certain that I annoy him on a regular basis. A sure sign is that he rolls his eyes, huffs off to his office and closes the door.

Next in line was How to be a Good husband at wiki-how, followed by Money Stress: How to Talk to Your Husband or Wife About Money Matters. That’s one that Mr. Husband and I squabble about occasionally. Fortunately for us it’s more of a control issue than actual amount of money involved.

Next on the list is cheating husband, and then spanking a husband. Excuse me? Evidently there is one flavor of domination where the wife is boss and spanks the naughty hubby. Not my cup of tea. I have enough work being the boss of myself, thank you very much. And then there is the runaway husband. That’s just sad. Unless violence is involved and you are running for your life, it’s an honor-less, chicken shit way to end a relationship.

So anyway, hoorah for husbands. I love mine and that’s the truth!

19 responses

  1. I know you posted this a bit ago but really loved it. “Husbands are good stuff” – oh yes they are…!

  2. I know how you feel!

    Hooray for your both and the “lasting”!

    1. After all the effort in the beginning, the lasting is the good stuff.

  3. Hi,
    I am writing a book called “So…How Did You Meet Anyway?” It is a collection of all types of people’s “how we met” stories.
    I have posted the stories which have been sent in on;
    So…How Did You Meet Anyway?
    http://wwwsohowdidyoumeet.blogspot.com/
    I am always shopping for stories and I would like to add yours. Please check out the site, and if you would like to contribute your “how we met” story contact me at;
    susan.amestoy@gmail.com
    And if you would like any more information about the blog or the upcoming book, here is a link to a television interview I did recently.
    http://www.wcax.com/story/14708398/author-collecting-love-stories

    Take care and…congratulations! I think my husband is pretty wonderful,too.
    Susan

    1. That’s sounds like fun I will contact you. Thanks for stopping by.

  4. I loved this post. Very uplifting… and I don’t even have a husband… or wife. It’s just good to hear people say nice things about other people.

    1. Why thank you Miss A@A 🙂

  5. Definitely feeling this post Trinity! Thanks!

  6. Definitely feeling this post, Trinity!!! Thanks!

    1. It’s 2:00 a.m., on medication from nerve inflammation, didn’t mean to post the same thing twice….Good night!:-)

      1. No problemo 🙂 Nerve inflamation sux

  7. Congrats and happy anniversary to you and Mr Husband. Love the flowers!

    1. Aren’t they pretty. The lilies in the mix were so strong that we ended up having to leave them on a counter outside the kitchen window and admire them from there 🙂

  8. Happy Anniversary!

  9. Congrats! I’ve got my 17th coming up and it feels like my 4th!
    Well done, young lady.

    1. Congratulations Hook 🙂

  10. “Wives” rock, too! Actually, my partner and I aren’t legally married. It’s not legal in the backwoods of Kentucky. However, I think wives offer everything that husbands do, minus being bearded on the couch, watching football games. Congrats on your 8 years. Sara and I just celebrated 5 years together.
    Kathy

    1. 5 years. That’s wonderful. May you have many more.

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