do you usually wait for your husband for dinner?
June 19, 2008 12:09pm CST
do you wait for him for dinner? I have my dinner only after serving my husband. since he is the one toiling all day day long jumping from one meeting to other.It will be nice to wait for him. He knows that I will be waiting for him and usually calls me to inform beforehand if there is any dinner he will be having with his clients. in case if it is a all of sudden programme then he tells me to keep the left over for tomorrows breakfast, oh how sweet of it!!!!!
19 Jun 08
Hi! I normally wait for dinner and lunch for my husband if I know he's going to have them at home. Not because he's toiling very hard, (ha, ha), but because I love his company and would rather have a meal with him, than alone. My son normally eats before any of us as my husband has no fixed time for coming home for lunch. As for dinner, since he's always the more hungry one and also the more disciplined one, we have at a fixed time every night. But, there's one thing that he's very particular about and poor thing, he has been trying very hard to reinforce himself every day on--to have dinner together (including my son) at the dining table together. But,our son prefers to have his dinner before the TV! But, sometimes my husband gets either strict or sentimental, and then all of us, rather coyishly, give in and have dinner together. There's nothing more pleasurable than that !
19 Jun 08
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19 Jun 08
My husband and I have a very untraditional marriae. Believe it or not he works all day long and then comes home and cooks dinner!!!! haha Makes me sound like a lazyass witch, doesn't it? LOL Truth is, I'm on disability, and don't have the earning "power" he does, but that don't stop me. I rarely have to rely on him for my own independent money, and I make sure that no one else is relying on him for money either. I'm one heck of a manager. Since I came into his life he can work half as hard and keep twice as much, bcause I don't let anyone take advantage of him. I have a cookbook published, and he has three si-fi novels. He makes the day-to-day money that we need to live off of, but I 'manage our future' and keep things organized. I'm the foundation. As for him cooking, HE LOVES COOKING!!! He cooks to relax!!!! Cooking is as recreational to him as watching football is to my father. It's not work for him to cook, it's how he unwinds. Me? I can't cook worth a dang, so it's quite nice that he CAN and LIKES TO cook.