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I can’t say that I am surprised, but I will say that I am disappointed.
Actually, we are all friends here right? I’m not just disappointed, I’m gutted.
This morning Hubbster called to say that awesome mother-in-law #2 (yes I have two of them, and shock horror, I love them both. I know! What are the chances of that, eh? Try not to hate for it though, k?)…..what was I saying? Oh yes, awesome mother-in-law #2 had offered to come and babysit for Bubble, Foghorn and The Woo tomorrow evening so that we could go out for dinner.
Firstly – I was excited that someone had offered and we hadn’t had to ask. I know both MIL’s will if we ask, but we often don’t like to, so it was extra excited for it to be offered. Do you know what I mean?
Dinner…just the two of us! I don’t want to sound easily pleased (even though I am) but I would be happy to sit on our local foreshore (in a jacket and beanie if need be) with a glass of wine and some fish and chips.
Later however, Hubbster had a sudden revelation.
Tuesday, (Valentine’s Day or not) is tennis night.
And you know….he couldn’t possibly let his team down could he?
Will you be spoiled this Valentine’s Day? Or is has your guy adopted the ‘Valentine’s Day is just a Hallmark Holiday’ phrase in order to cover his laziness in the romance department?
If you do get spoiled please tell me all about it. I want to believe that romance is still alive.
And, in case you are wondering, no…there is absolutely bog-all chance that he is planning on suprising me. I know he loves me but I can’t help wishing that he could be more romantic.
How does your man fair in this department?