The whole truth and nothing but the truth about my husband, his parents, and me - That Woman.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Friday Sept 7 Primo says I'll have to do all the housework
After Primo told me about his decision to perhaps change his sleep schedule to conform more to regular society, i.e., awake during daylight hours and asleep during nighttime hours, instead of the opposite, he said that he would be working even harder in the next eight weeks.
"I have to do 100 doors a day," he said. "You're going to have to do all the cooking and the housework."
I stopped washing dishes and looked at him. "I already do that."
Two weeks before our wedding, my husband's parents called to tell him 1. they weren't coming and 2. he shouldn't marry me. Since then, I have gotten along with them about as well as you might think. The drama starts here.
I have happily run out of Sly and Doris stories - I no longer visit them, so now I am writing about Primo's campaign for the the state house.