Discussion in 'Married Life' started by akshaya452, Nov 2, 2012.
LISTEN TO YOUR WIFE
Nice but just maybe he too thinks thats the best gift you can give him? maybe?
Wow.. some amazing husbands out there.
I am so unlucky in birthdays.
My husband of 15 years makesures he pouting as my birthday nears and has never wished me on my birthday or any other day.
For his first birthday, I planned a nice day out,
Some birthdays I got a lot of baloons and cake and sang him the birthday song
After enough years of putting me down on my birthday, I got the message.
For all those with gift giving husbands, you are so lucky
DIVORCE finally got my freedom and my life back or rather happy to feel alive !!
The title of the thread is Best gift from husband. So no point in deviating the topic
How about you read (as in get the tone of ) the post above mine before writing me a comment, thanks.
If one spouse wants the gift of the other to shut-up, the reciprocal can be true too.
Good you bumped up the thread. I read some old posts and felt nice to read posts from Radhai and others who no longer post. I was also waiting to read my own post in thread.. it never came up. Then, I realized it is another thread started by you (code language or something).
- heart shaped candy on our first Valentine's Day together. Biggish one. Took me and my roommate a week to finish. : )
- engagement ring. Was very old fashioned and heavy kind, and most of the (clueless) people who saw it said, 'oh doesn't look an engagement ring.' But, to me it remains the most beautiful one. I refuse to get it fixed so it fits me now. It will remain in my jewelry box till I figure out a diet/exercise to slim the fingers.
Fast forward to now: He managed to get the kids to gift me on Mother's Day and my birthday this year. Kids spent some time searching for suitable ones online. One even wrapped it. : ) The other gave it in the brown Amazon box but added a cute little 3x4 inch stuffed toy.
Indeed, I have taught them all well.
My DH is the kind who doesn't believe in gifting. That was in the first year of marriage. After that, I've been surprised on countless occasions. The usual stuff aside, the ones that touched me the most have always been tickets to go home. I've made it to many milestone occasions(usually surprising everyone involved) thanks to DH springing a last minute surprise ticket. I've cherished every one of those moments.
Calm down lady... I just posted it in a lighthearted way... it's not for your husband or you okay?
And It was never meant "shut up". It was "never argue" because he argues at the drop of hat even when its his mistake and continues to shout even wen I try to be calm and he is too short tempered who never listens to anyone.
Moral for you - Never judge people when you dont know their story.
2nd moral - learn to understand and interpret properly
Don't wish to deviate this beautiful thread hence wont be responding further to this person.