Why my husband is sleeping on the couch

Regarding my “hysteria” yesterday that caused me to run over a mailbox and “destroy” a car (replacement part purchased on eBay for less than $35 including S&H), Bill called my “driving under the influence of emotions” or DUIE as I like to call it, a…

sub neurological disorder related to the uterus

…and now he’s quoting me Greek derivatives for hysterical – of or relating to the womb…

…and now I am going to my bed…

…and he is not.

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3 thoughts on “Why my husband is sleeping on the couch

  1. I'm going to pretend I didn't read that definition. There's no reason my husband needs to know that. But more importantly, how did your Myers-Briggs test go? πŸ˜‰

  2. Who knew? My dad would have loved that. I hope you got a great deal of rest, and enjoyed seeing the children again. πŸ˜‰

  3. Yeah, deal-breakers around here include “innocent” questions about the possibility of PMS. (Like he can't just quietly check the chart and shut up about it?!) Oh, and for the record, people who have had hysterectomies can still get PMS if they still have an ovary. Ask me how I know this…and, yeah, I still chart–so I can medicate that PMS properly. And because I want to be able to tell my daughter at what age I went through menopause, if I would ever go through it already.

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