@Xstatic3333 have you ever looked into pet insurance? It's very affordable. My TW today is my husband's alarm clock. I was up late watching the DNC and he forgot to turn off his alarm when he got up. Cue me waking up at 6:30 on my very last day of the summer with nothing on the schedule.
My husband is my TW today. He just doesn't understand when I am not feeling well and I hate it. I had a horrible headache last night and of course can only take Tylenol, which sucks. I was laying on the couch trying to wait for it to go away, but also trying to be around him so he wouldn't get grumpy that I went to bed early. I ended up falling asleep around 8:30. Well I woke back up around 10pm and he is already in bed, left all the lights and TV on and left me on the couch. So I dragged myself into bed, still with a headache. Then I woke up at 4am really hot and sick. Started throwing up and didn't stop until about 6:30. Well I could hear him walking around while I as still actively puking and he just LEAVES and doesn't say a word to me. Didn't check to see how I was, nothing. I swear, sometimes he is moodier than a teenage girl.
@bdesterhouse - I love the douche canoe comment lol. I too can give it right back, lately I have just been wanting him to share in my joy so I am being a little more accepting than I should be of his attitude. You are so right...God forbid it is the last day we ever see eachother in this life....that is why I get so bent at him for just walking out the door the past days. Our little tiffs usually only last an hour or two, also, but these past few days have been constant. There are a few nice convos here and there, but he isn't fun to be around with the nearly constant pissy tude. I think I may need to try and sit him down and lay it all out if he isn't being a total douche canoe after work (hehe)
TW is the tonsil stone I've got that won't dislodge and die. It's gacking me out so bad. @PerraSucia I get what you are saying about telling a woman to cover up being shaming, or even that it's insecurity rearing its head when husbands are around. For me, it's not going to rain on my parade, but I am probably going to roll my eyes on the inside because it's tacky -- along the lines of visible panty lines, sheer leggings as pants, too-heavy makeup. So I guess it's more of a NMS thing.
+1 to making inappropriate assumptions based on one's choice of clothing is unacceptable. @MonaLisaRalphio said it much more eloquently than I ever could.