Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Hubby doesn't want to go shopping with his wife -- says wife expects to much of him
Dear Dr. Jim
My wife has unreal expectations from me. I love her company but just listen to this little vignette.
She wants me to go with her shopping for her some new clothes. It isn't the clothes or spending money I object to, but she always does this to me. She drags me along to every little store and several malls.
My feet are wearing out just thinking of all that walking. We go and go and go. I would say an easy five miles in just this one day.
And Dr. Jim, all the ladies trying on those little clothes and dresses look at me like I am a vagrant come in to ogle.
Besides that, this is the time this year for the U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships Matches. I hate to miss even a one of those.
So please can you help me, Please, Please, Please
I.M.P. in Toulouse, NH
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Well Mr. P, I can't feel very sorry for you. You should be grateful your BW (best wife) wants you to go shopping with you. Mine hardly ever invites me.
When she does, I always take plenty of reading material and my lap top. When my feet get tired, I find a bench outside (in your cold and snow, you might have to be inside), sit and read.
When I get tired of reading, I blog. I just love it that we have the Internet free all over the area. That was our first economic stimulus.
You shouldn't waste your time watching tennis. Besides most tennis fans (not the players) develop arthritis of the neck with all that twisting to see from side to side. Even the TV watcher fans get that.
Oh well, there probably isn't much help with you, but give her a break and be a nice little husband once in a while. It might do your marriage good, you can talk in the car and if she will sit with you on the bench, help things still more.
I hope this helps one of you, Dr. Jim
Note: I really don't mind being with and looking at all those women either. I get lots of smiles, winks, and pats. Dr. Jim
So, keep on keep'n on, and till then,
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