Thursday, February 11, 2010

Goodbye, Honeymoon



I had a 6 day weekend. Crazy, right? It's because my boss loves me.

Ok, actually it was because of the giant storm that hit the East half of our country. We got 18 inches of snow in one night. Which isn't that bad if you're in Western Michigan, but Pittsburgh didn't know how to handle it. 5 days later the streets still weren't clear. The whole city just shut down!

(I just stole this picture from my friend Rachelle's blog. Because I am too lazy to take my own pictures. Won't she be surprised when she sees it here...)

Yeah. There was a lot of snow.

Kurt was supposed to have a test on Monday, but school was canceled until today. At first he was excited for the break. But by day 3 he was going crazy.

I was all "But isn't it fun that we get to spend so much time together?"

His response? "Sorry, I just would rather be at school."

Thanks, jerk. So much for the Honeymoon phase. I remember back before we were married (8 months ago), when we couldn't get enough of each other. Rushing to see him after work and class. Conversations that ended with "You hang up first." "No, you hang up!" Talking to my sister, and saying "I know every couple fights, but I just can't imagine Kurt ever getting mad at me. We just agree on everything!"

Yeah, that's over.

Still, it's nice to have someone to keep me warm when the thermostat claims it's 65, but it's really more like 48. And when he asks if I want him to cook dinner, it melts my heart. Sure, it's just soup. But I so did not feel like cooking. And when I say "I can't think of a single thing to get you for Valentines Day." and he replies "I already have everything I want" it makes me want to smack him because that is so not helpful. But then I'd kiss it better. And maybe that's what love is all about.


3 comments:

The Girl Creative said...

LOL!!! Girlie, that's why married people go to work! lol I love my hubs dearly but when he's home for any length of time, watch out!!!! LOL

Beth@The Stories of A to Z said...

We're in Harrisburg and are currently buried as well. I hate snow. I grew up in Muskegon, MI and can't say that I missed the snow ONE. Bit! Blueberries and lilac bushes, yes, snow...no!

Chantel and Michael Magistro said...

Haha! Maybe he was just stressed about his test, and wanted to get it over with?

that is a lot of snow. It's snowing here too. Not quite that much though.

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