Friday, July 25, 2008

It's Friday!




My husband has so much energy, it's hard to believe it. He's such a worker, it's awesome. I work full time (bartending/serving) at nights and he does insurance in the day. We only need a sitter 2 days a week for 2 hours. It works for us.

I don't have any energy at all. I'm home with the boys during the day and I work at night, getting home about midnight. Then it starts all over. I get the main essentials done around here, dishes, laundry, vacuuming (can't spell either), and dusting. He does whatever I don't get done! Yesterday he took a half day and came home with tiles, and stuff for the bathroom.

Our bathroom is hideous. Everything is pink. The toilet, sink, tub, carpet, and the wallpaper is pink floral. Klassy, I know.

So he pulled up the carpet last night and started putting tile down! (the adhesive kind for now)
He's so awesome at starting things. I love him for being as helpful and wonderful as he is.

8 comments:

Melissa

Thanks for stopping by to visit today! That's is so awesome about the bike! Happy Birthday to your 6
year old!

Katy Lin :)

what a great guy! you should definitely post bathroom pics :) hope y'all have a great weekend!

Veggie Mom

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Marye

We are restoring an old house so I know what a blesing it is to have a husband that handles those things!
blesings
marye
marriageactually.com

wehave9

Funny blog...reminds me of mine actually. No, seriously, we write about some of the same things.

Trooper Thorn

That's nice. After TV sitcoms telling everyone that husbands are lazy, incompetent boobs who are just trying to pull one over on the missus, it's great to read all the blogging ladies who love their fellahs.

Get some rest and keep writing.

Katharyn

While it's great for not needing a sitter, it's hard to go through your days with a drastically different schedule than your husbands (after four years my husband and I are finally on a similar schedule, for now anyway). It's just great that your husband keeps up his energy!

Dawn@Embracing the Ordinary Life

He's a keeper...any man that finishes the work you don't get done...instead of complaining that it's not done is certainly a keeper!!

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