Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Romance is dead

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I have come to the conclusion that the romance in my life is dead.  I really wish it was as easy as using jumper cables or cardioverting it back into life.  But I fear it’s gone and there is no hope for it’s return.  I am not one of those mushy type of people but it  would be nice if my man would go out of his way every once in awhile.  How about a complement even if you have to lie.  Ugh.  I don’t want flowers or candy.  I just want courtesy, less cussing and maybe being more important than your beer.  Is that asking too much?  Some days I feel like I a roommate with conjugal visits.   Even those are getting fewer and fewer.  Because dear if you didn’t go to bed at 8pm before the kids you might get some more often.  I am so tired of you bitching about getting none yet I can remember the last time you really said anything nice.  You know a complement can go a long way.  I know you can do it you work in retail and know how to give nice customer service.  Just use that same sweet polite voice for you wife every now and then.  What’s even sadder I have no idea when our last date night was.  So people how the hell do you jump start your marriage?


Tami Von Zalez said...

Long past time for the two of you to go out on a date that includes dinner, drinks and DANCING!

Leeanna Henderson said...

David and I have been married for going on 11 yrs now. We used to have a date night which consisted of dinner and a movie.

It was nice until my body broke down and decided to call it quits. We still have our date nights at home with a rented movie and my favorite pizza.

David is courteous to me all the time. Pure gentleman. I think that's the deal with many Texan men that were brought up right by their momma.

I don't need no candy or heart balloons or cards or jewelry. I just want to say I'm glad I have my sweet beast.

Martina said...

I can't offer you advice for I am in the same situation. Some men are poop.