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Sunday, May 07, 2006

Random Points

I'm doing a little advertising. My husband finally posted after, I don't know, a month and a half. It's not wedding or honeymoon pictures or anything (yet), but if you want to read his six weird things, well, you just should. That's all.

We got Dish Network at our house this weekend. I stalled as long as I could; since I've gotten out of the habit of watching TV, I have enjoyed it and really contemplated whether or not it was necessary. But my love of NASCAR got the best of me, and since my husband was gone for the Saturday night race last night, it would have been too depressing to watch it at the OP by myself. So I gave in. Hopefully I will not succumb to the "sit in front of the TV flipping channels and doing nothing" temptation. There's plenty to do, so I don't think it will be a problem. But we have DVR now, too, and let me tell you, that's pretty amazing stuff. I was hoping for a spectacular crash last night so I could rewind and watch it over and over as many times as I wanted. But it was a short track, so crazy crashes don't happen as much. Lots of them, but not big, spectacular ones.


I don't like being home alone. If you lived here, you might not, either. It's huge!! And the heat is officially off (we have a wood-burning furnace), so it's fuh-reezing right now. (Hopefully if it's freezing when it's 70 outside, it will be just right when it's 90 outside. I hope.) Anyway, it's just so big, and I realized when I was contemplating cooking last night that having the kitchen in the basement is pretty depressing. It's just so dark and I have no motivation to go down there and make something when it's just me. Maybe I'll get used to it. Who knows.

I no longer like sleeping by myself. It's only been one month, but it's weird to sleep alone. And it's lonely. I waited 28 years to have someone to sleep with (and I don't mean like that, you freaks), so I figure that's enough time to sleep alone without adding more days to it while we're married. I'm sure I'll get over it one of these days, but I may be one of those people who never really likes it when her husband is gone. You're all going to tell me that it's still the "honeymoon" phase, but I know myself, and it's possible that I just won't ever really like it. Unless I'm ticked. Even then, I still have a strange desire to be near him. I would think that logically if I was mad, I would want him to go away, but I don't feel like that. Weird. I'm not adding that to my weird list. It's already grown from 6 to at least 10 things in my head, and I'm less and less convinced of my own normality.

Wow. I rambled a lot. It's to make up for all the times I've been a blogging slacker. Maybe it will inspire YOU to write something, too!

8 comments:

Heth said...

No, it's not the "honeymoon" phase. You won't ever get used to it, it's good to have them home.

Hooray for the DVR!

meLanie said...

i can't believe it's been a month! you guys are too sweet.

Natalie Joy said...

We don't like to sleep without one another either. It took a few months to get used to having me there (for Bill), but now we don't like to sleep with out each other. So you're not wierd.

T said...

sleeping alone is just cold that's all! I think your quite adorably funny! :)

Andrea said...

I dunno...maybe I'm the wierd one. Just the other night I was wishing we had an extra bedroom because Eric's snoring and loud mouth-breathing is driving me INSANE!!! lol! Every couple of hours I'm waking up, "ERIC! Roll over, you're snoring." Ugggh. My mother in law wears earplugs to bed. That would be hard for me to get used to, but I might just have to try it.

my bathroom is my sanctuary said...

Ohhh I love that, I can just picture you snuggled up in a blanket shivering and just feeling alone ~sniffles~!! I still love to be next to Jer and to hold hands and snuggle. I don't think I'll ever quit, I love him, and to me that's what love is!!!!!

T said...

well now, he's actually posted lots and you have some catching up to do missy....

Beefy said...

Harry doesn't sleep very well when I'm gone, either - I think that's sweet. Must mean you like each other. :) I MUST see this house of yours.