Before we got married I told my husband it was extremely important to me we make time for our friends after the wedding. Our social life took a hiatus because we were extremely busy planning. Lately, however, I’ve been somewhat nagging him to keep his promise. My social life has really picked up in that I’m closer to my BFF than every and I’ve spent more time with other girls as well. My husband hasn’t been as social. I don’t like him spending so much time with this dad. It’s unhealthy. His father is a decent man and all, but he’s severely depressed and has some pretty toxic (chain smoking and unhealthy eating) habits that I don’t want my husband to pick up on even more than he already has. Also, he’s only 31! He shouldn’t be spending his Saturday nights sitting on a couch with his old man. It’s sad. Anyway, he went to his soccer game an hour early (probably to watch as there are tons of other games going on and there’s always teammates loitering around) and he’s going to the pub the team is sponsored by after. On one hand I worry about my man being away from me. Pathetic, I know. But we all have our insecure moments and if I wasn’t insecure about losing him I probably shouldn’t have married him. You need to be afraid to lose what you have, you know? In sum, I’m really happy he’s going to spend some time with friends. This was what I wanted, right? It’ll be good for us. But then I picture some girl hitting on him and I want to lose my shit, lol.
Recently exited the 20’s and excited for the dirty 30’s
My husband is the epitome of masculinity… He amazes me daily.
I want to be a Trophy Wife.
Mother of (1) Min Pin
*Disclaimer: In the online world, I get accused of being a bitch. (A lot.) After the name calling and prior to the URL banning, a lot of what I was being “bitchy” about ends up being proven to be true and people hate me for that. (I empathize with the Messenger…)
Let me clarify something: I’m not a bitch. I am, however, extremely perceptive and am not afraid to point out the truth even if it’ll hurt your feelings. You’ll never be the best person you can be if you live in denial.
I believe in women helping women even if said help makes you cry first.