Since I have been so busy with work and my health issues, Mr. H has been seriously neglected. Not only has the poor guy not had a real homecooked meal in weeks, but he also hasn’t had a real lunch (I am the best lunch packer on the planet and I pride myself on my packing skills). I haven’t been eating dinner because my of tummy, so I haven’t been cooking at night. It sucks because I LOVE to cook. It is a pasttime that I truly enjoy, and think about all – day – long. I haven’t thought about what I am going to make for dinner in like 3 weeks. It is sad.
I asked Mr. H if he thinks I have been a bad wifey and neglecting my Top Chef duties, and he of course said, “No” and gave me a little kiss on the nose. He is wrong though, because I need to stop being mopey martha every night and start cooking!! (and working out… my poor exercise regimen as been shot to patootie because when a person can’t eat, she has absolutely NO energy to go for a run).
What do you think makes a good wife-y?
I hope your tummy feels better so that you can eat. I can definitely understand why you wouldn’t be inspired to cook dinner!
I think that unconditional love makes a good wifey! I don’t think that there are specific things because it is different from one couple to the next. I think as long as you show your love and affection you are a good wifey! 🙂
I’m sure he understands! It will make him appreciate you even more 🙂
brown eyed girl says
Oh no, I’m sorry about your tummy hurting still.
I think that a good wifey has unconditional love and provides care and support for the husband. This can take many forms and I think we all have one method of showing it that we prefer and when we don’t do that, we feel bad. I’m just like you, I pride myself on having a well-cooked meal for the fiance, a well-kept home, and making sure that he’s fed, clean, and happy! I’d feel just like you’re feeling if I were too ill to maintain my “regular” schedule. Chinnup and don’t be so hard on yourself! 🙂