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Thursday, July 28, 2005

How I'm easily annoyed

Last night Aaron and I were looking for our mortgage bill. (Due 8/1-Hello 3 days until due!) We always put our bills in the same spot in the office, in the order in which they need to be paid. Yes, I'm a perfectionist like that.
But this one, THIS bill decided to wander away and get lost. So we are looking in a couple other places the bill might have been. Aaron asks me if I've looked in my purse. Why, yes dear I have looked there. When I cleaned it out the other night, I am positive there were no bills.

Then it happened.

I turned around and Aaron has my purse looking through it.

I tried to say it very politely but it probably came out as, "Are you freakin kidding me? I deal with people who second-guess me all day, I don't need my husand to as well!"

With that, he decided it was in his best interest to put the purse down, walk away slowly and look elswhere. Smart man, my husband.

Fast forward to today, about 20 minutes ago. I was asked if we kept a measuring tape around. I said we didn't, but go check next door.

And then it happened.

A couple minutes later I hear drawers being opened, and cabinets being searched through.

This person comes around the corner and I, trying in my calmest voice, say. "Are you kidding me? You didn't believe me, and had to look for yourself?"

The response: "Well, I wasn't sure if you knew what one was." And then they walked away laughing.

It's a good thing they walked fast too, because I couldn't grab something to throw fast enough.

4 Comments:

  • At 11:27 AM, Blogger Shannin said…

    Man, that happens to me all the time, but to be honest I do it to him as well. Did you ever find your mortgage slip? We have one of those wooden bill organizers where there are slots for each day and when we get bills we put them in there. Keeps us pretty well on track...

     
  • At 1:19 PM, Blogger Rebecca said…

    My hubby does stuff like that at times too, and it is quite annoying. Hope you feel better soon. Cant wait to see deck pics!

     
  • At 1:58 PM, Blogger Denise said…

    It's human nature to double check things - I do it all the time. I must say that I've found things in places I've already looked once (because I double check MY OWN work, too). Obsessive compulsive? Why yes I am! LOLOL

     
  • At 10:35 AM, Anonymous Goldberry said…

    I second guess my husband all the time, but I have reason to. He has many a brain fart.

    We also keep our bills organized in order by date they are due. My husband MUST put all mail on MY desk so we are sure that I get all bills!!

     

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