Aug 3, 2010

Things I wouldn't know if I wasn't married to my husband

It's no secret my husband cracks me up. I was thinking about how he and I have changed separately and together since we've been married, and all the things I've learned in the process. So to change up my regular post-it note Tuesdays, today I thought I'd share some information I probably wouldn't know or couldn't do if I wasn't married to Ben. Some funny, some ridiculous, but all love-able.
What's something you've learned from your significant other? Or something you were made aware of on a date? Good, bad, and in-between - let's hear 'em!

Happy Tuesday!

14 comments:

philip said...

Bwhahaha I love the last one!

Breathe Gently said...

Haha, oh dear.. the gym thing scares me just a tiny bit, bless!

I wouldn't know the difference between Warcraft & World of Warcraft - lucky me, eh? ;-)

Diana Mieczan said...

Hahahah...he is funny:)
When we moved in together ( almost 10 years ago)...Balazs told me that there is no need for washing dished every day...We should just dirty them all and then wash one item at a time....when we need it...:) Boys..huh?

Kisses,sweeetie
Ps: Hope you got my email:)

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

My last boyfriend pointed out that I was misusing the word borrow... I would often say, "I will borrow that to you." He taught me that I needed to say I would LEND something to someone, not borrow it to them... it sort of drove me crazy that he would point out a grammatical error when he was far from perfect, but oh well... I was using it wrong...

Ally said...

My S.O. has taught me A LOT about computers, networking, etc. I'm not saying it all sticks, but fortunately he is around to tell me all over again :)

Shannon said...

John has taught me that there are things in this world made better by being leveled, measured, calculated, leveled again, surveyed, measured again and finally, put into an Excel spreadsheet. THings like curtain rods. Meanwhile, I throw em up there and hope they look good. And if they don't, I live with it.

Melissa said...

Aw, what a cute collection of things you've learned from him! From my boyfriend, I've learned: what it means to sous-vide something, how to back up my computer files, that it's okay to argue sometimes, and what it feels like to really, truly care about someone outside of your family.

Emily Jane said...

What a great post! I wouldn't know that the Grey Cup is NOT for hockey, and the Stanley Cup not for football :)

Nora said...

Geez, a lot of things!
I learned that Jay-Z is a poet in his own right.
That it's okay to love books about vampires (in fact, I fell in love with Anne Rice's books long before Twilight).
I learned what a real field party was, complete with peeing in the woods!

A D Coursey said...

go, Ben! lol.
Phil has given me a new appreciation for being organized and planning things out. Apparently, you can be completely scatter-brained and still be a contributing member of society...

Amber (Girl with the red hair) said...

Hahahahahahaha. I love the second one and I can TOTALLY relate. Eric buys the new NHL X-Box game EVERY SINGLE YEAR and I'm always like, you have the '09 game, why do you need the '10 one? Apparently it's different...

Gracie (Complicated Day) said...

Catholic boys really are nice. Ha ha!

Mandy said...

Gum in the dryer? I cannot even imagine what that was like to clean up.

lucythevaliant said...

I don't know who any of those people (or anything about gum in the dryer!) but I have learned a LOT about major athletes and coaches that I never would know otherwise!

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