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I Should Have Known Better

I don’t know why I ever write a blog post saying that I have nothing to say because as soon as I do I think of a million and one things that I want to say. Maybe it is just a good use of reverse psychology.  Maybe all of those psych classes paid off after all.

First of all, I am really thinking about telling hubby about the blog.  I’m a little nervous about telling him about it because I have no idea what his reaction will be.  Hopefully he thinks it is cool and won’t give me too much crap about it, but there is a chance that he will get angry.  I really don’t want to do anything to piss him off right now because things are going really, really well.  But, I am to the point where I really feel like I need to tell him about it because the more and more involved I get in the blogging world, the more I want to share it with him.  There is also a need to share it with him if I am going to ever have a chance at explaining to him why I want to go meet someone off the internet that I don’t even know (like someone who happens to be coming to KC in the very near future who I would totally love to meet).  I realize that I probably should have never kept it from him in the first place, but I did and now I can’t figure out how to fix that.  And if someone could please get rid of those damn butterflies that keep finding their way to my tummy every time I think about this it would be much appreciated.

Remember back when I was really nervous and worked up about the in-laws coming?  Saturday morning it will all be over and it really hasn’t been all that bad.  In fact, the closer and closer it gets the sadder I am getting about it.  In all honesty (I can’t believe I’m about to say this) I am kind of starting to wish that they lived a little closer.  I will even admit that if they lived locally, I would let my MIL watch Zach while I’m at work and it wouldn’t bother me.  She really has been doing a great job with him and he is going to miss her SO very much after she leaves.  That said, I cannot wait to have my house back to myself.  I can’t wait to have an evening alone with my husband.  I also can’t wait to have sex and not have to worry about how much noise the creaky headboard makes.

On a whim yesterday I decided to stop by Payless and check out the selection.  I have been searching for some brown boots that I could afford to get me through winter to no avail.  Since I can’t find anything I like in the right price range (read: cheap) I decided to see if I could find some really, really, cheap shoes to get me by until I can find what I want.  I immediately found two pairs I liked and decided to get them both.  It wasn’t until after I got home that I realized they had the “buy one get one 1/2 off” sale going on.  Bonus!  I wore one of those pairs today to work and my feet have been cold all day.  Either the shoes suck or I need to get some warmer socks.  I’m not sure which.

I’m pretty sure there was something else I wanted to add, but there is only about 45 minutes left of my work day and I really have to get some things done so I can be sick tomorrow.

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  1. I think that you should tell him that you have a blog, but also discuss with him that the reason why you haven’t told him about it is because writing on it that way has helped you in your relationship with him.

    Maybe you can compare it to a “girls’ night out” or something (even though it’s not all girls).

    You’re doing something social without him, but it’s not a threat to him.

    I don’t know, it’s a tricky situation. I don’t envy you.

  2. hey D, i thought you’ve already told him about us, i mean your online life 🙂

    i pray you find the right timing to bring it up, and the courage to say it. and i hope he understands and makes you feel that you were anxious for no reason 🙂

  3. Maybe you should tell him – when I told my partner about my blog and encouraged him to read it, it really helped us. Sometimes I can write things I can’t say coherently to his face – and it gave us a means to talk through things. Maybe it could do that for you too.

  4. Aw come on, why would you not want butterflies?

    Keep it going, this is wonderful.


  5. Despite all that is going on with my family because of my blog, I think you should tell him. It’s so important to include him.
    I think honesty is key.

    I agree, tell him why you didn’t before. He’ll understand.

    All the best.

  6. I would tell hubby about the blog but mention it in a nonchalant way. If you don’t get excited about it, he probably won’t either. Of course, I don’t know what his reaction would be after he’s sat down and read it LOL! Good luck with it Dee.

    As for the shoes, they look like they should both be warm… sometimes if my feet start to sweat inside a shoe, they get chilled… try to wear a sock that is NOT 100% cotton… that usually helps.

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