The whole truth and nothing but the truth about my husband, his parents, and me - That Woman.
Saturday, March 5, 2016
In which I tell Primo we have to get our affairs in order so that when we die, my sister is not stuck spending months dealing with our crap
Primo I have been going through papers for months. I finally finished last night around 3:30. And some of them (a small percentage) were only partially sorted and will end up at home! My parents didn't do it right.
Me we cannot leave that kind of mess for Jenny
Primo I promise to go through anything that goes home with me quickly.
Me I will help
Primo Jenny lives faster than you. She may die first.
Me you are once again missing the point
Primo If only we had kids so that we could burden someone with a job like this.
Primo It would be different for a sibling.
Me it is selfish not to have your affairs in order
Me nobody should be burdened like this
Me someone else could cut our grass and shovel snow, too
Me if only
Primo They were going to get around to it someday. Just not "today," whenever that was.
Me yeah well look how that worked out
Primo There was no deadline. Why act if there is no deadline?
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. PS They died hating me and disinherited my husband. PPS None of this is made up.
And now, Primo is running for state-level public office for the November 2018 election. And - it's not fun. For either of us.