It's PJ FRIDAY in our house - whoop, whoop! A day when B and I go no where and do nothing, including getting dressed - unless we want to. After our socializing- and errand-filled week, we are pooped and just stay comfy. We love it!
Every Friday afternoon the hubs comes home to find us in our PJs. He hates it! LOL He has all these rules of an appropriate life and one of the many, many (illogical to me) ones is that all persons should get dress and be ready to leave the house or receive guests, at the very least in the AM, but preferably within 2 hours of waking.
He's also very distasteful of the fact that I don't necessarily shower every day. If I take a shower at night before going to bed because I'm feeling dirty and/or sweaty from the work I've done that day, I don't feel the need to take another shower the next day! Unless, of course, I get dirty or sweaty that day, too. I hate climbing into my bed all dirty and sweaty.
Weekdays he doesn't necessarily know if I've showered or not, but on the weekends he's all over me. Once I've eaten breakfast, the question comes: "You going up to take a shower now?" If I don't smell, my hair isn't greasy and I have plans to do sweaty work that day, I'm not showering until after the work is done. Showering is not my fav thing to do so there is no way I would subject myself to two showers in one day.
But the questions still comes. "You going up to take a shower now?" "You going up to take a shower now?" "You going up to take a shower now?" Until he can no longer stand the suspense and has to ask, "Are you going to take a shower today at all?" If we don't have any plans and are just going to stay home all day, sometimes I'll just torture him by not showering. That's called "tough love".
IDK why my personal hygiene is any of his business unless he wants a little sumpin'-sumpin'. And when that's the case, all he has to do is tell me that and I'd be all over a shower like white on rice!
- I am a very lucky woman with a husband and son who are smart, witty and entertaining. Our son, B, attended public school for two years, and then we embarked on a new adventure in the Fall of 2010 - homeschooling. We don't have all the answers, but we know B and this has been the best thing for him. I blog to preserve our stories and our memories, share recipes, vent and ramble on about our crazy, yet blessed, life. Would you care to follow along?