Something Fun…I’m All for That!

August 21, 2008 at 9:09 am 1 comment

What is his name? Here, The Hub

How long have you been married? 16 years

How long did you date? 1 year, + 6 mo. engagement or so

How old is he?  older than me… by 8.5 years. 😀

Who eats more sweets? Me.  He likes salt.

Who said I love you first? Hmmm…I think we pretty much walked into it together.  We wrote a lot in those days while he was in school.  I’m not sure if signing “Love, _______” counts or not.

Who is taller? He is.   A girl’s gotta wear heels.

Who can sing better?   Hmmm…jhard question.  I am more technical, but I think he’s often more joyful and whole-hearted.  He challenges me.

Who is smarter? I am (it’s my blog and I’ll be smarter if I want–Amen!) I’ll just agree with Misty on this one.

Who does the laundry? Me.  Me.  Me.  I won’t mention that I had to put away the socks I sat on his sink to be put away with a sigh this morning.  He did say “Thank you”, however.

Who pays the bills? The computer.  If there are any left over, which are few, he does.  I hate stamps.  I hate mail in general.  Except cards.  I like cards.

Who sleeps on the right side of the bed? He does, though we’ve switched back and forth through the years for various reasons.  We can each sleep anywhere.

Who mows the lawn? We both enjoy it, but pay the yard people.  Thank goodness!

Who cooks dinner? We can both cook.  I cook most often.  He grills and cooks great breakfasts.  He is joyful in the kitchen and a good cook.

Who drives? Both.  He often works, so he asks me to drive so he can play catch-up on paper work.

Who is more stubborn? I probably am–but it’s only because he thinks he’s always right.  Obviously his fault.
Who kissed who first? I think we attacked each other by the time we had our first kiss.

Who asked who out first? I’m not even going to begin to try to explain this one here.  It’s complicated.

Who proposed? He did–

Who has more siblings? Me.

Who wears the pants? Depends on the subject, but I try very hard to defer to him.

Now…what about your hubby????? Play along if you wish.

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  • 1. Cousin Misty  |  August 22, 2008 at 12:55 pm

    What is his name? Papa Jon

    How long have you been married? 18 1/2 years

    How long did you date? 3 years

    How old is he? older than me… by 3 years

    Who eats more sweets? Me.

    Who said I love you first? He did…but I thought it first!

    Who is taller? He is.

    Who can sing better? Me

    Who is smarter? He is

    Who does the laundry? Me

    Who pays the bills? He does

    Who sleeps on the right side of the bed? I do

    Who mows the lawn? He does…Ours and my mom’s

    Who cooks dinner? I do

    Who drives? He does…He gets motion sickness very easily.

    Who is more stubborn? Me..I’m an only child! I like getting my way!

    Who kissed who first? He kissed me first–my first kiss 🙂

    Who asked who out first? He asked me.

    Who proposed? He did

    Who has more siblings? He does

    Who wears the pants? He does. No way I would want the responsability! However, there are things that he has asked me to handle and he stays out of those areas (like schooling, food budget, etc.)

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