Friday, July 24, 2009

Some Say I Am Spoiled.

A few of my co-workers have asked me if I am spoiled. I always answer honestly. Of course I am and I like it. Every night that we work together My Lady brings me something to eat on my break. She is always off on Saturday nights and most of the time she buys me something to eat from the Huddle House. Several of the guys have told me they wished their ladies did that for them.

I have never had this happen before. My wife's health was poor and I always supported us, at times working two jobs to do so. She Who Left In The Middle Of The Night would work for short periods of time, but always quit and I again was the main support. It really is nice being on the receiving end. She is always giving me something, clothes, DVD's, toys(I have told you I haven't grown up yet) and other things. I keep telling her she doesn't have to but she tells me she wants too. I keep telling her she is getting the short end of the deal, but she tells me just being with me is enough. Some of our friends are surprised that we aren't either engaged or are living together. We don't want that. Neither of us wants to be married right now, and I am afraid if we lived together that we would ruin what we have going. Since we work together we would be together almost all the time. I know that works for some people but it wouldn't for us. We get together outside of work at least twice a week. For now that suits us both just fine.
Zero multiplied by any number is zero.
Today's question is Grade 4/World History.

The terms vassal, fief, lord, and serf are identified with which way of life?
  • A) feudalism
  • B) anarchism
  • C) totalitarianism
I knew this one. 115-20.


Travis said...

Answer: a.

I totally agree with your reasoning for not living with your lady friend. I had a friend who at one point worked with her husband at same company. That was the worst thing ever for their marriage. They ended up being separated for several months. Everything went back to normal shortly after she quit to look for a new job. Just too much of each other.

Jeff said...

Naah, I'd say you're lucky! ;)