The Case Against the Flawed (almost) SAHM - SAHM Project - Entry Seven

Self-evaluation is never easy. No one likes to admit when, or how many
times, they are wrong. This is especially true for me. But,
self-evaluation is necessary for any real, beneficial changes to occur
in ones behaviors.

And it seems on days that I am most adament about avoiding the
blemishes on my character, my husband turns into a gigantic, gaudy
mirror, waiting with baited breath to point out that I'm not as sweet
as I claim to be.

Last night, whilst checking my comments here at the SAHM Project, hubby
came in and meekly spoke up about having a suggestion. Reluctantly, I
broke away from the computer screen to face him and hear what he had to
say (see, I'm not completely insensitive!).

"Hun, I was thinking maybe we could try rearranging the living room"

Now let me explain what happened when he said this. I'll break down the
twisted, mangled shape that his words took in my head. When he said the
above statement, I heard:

"Hey, I am going to completely change the layout of the living room
into something unappealing, irreperarbly altering the flow of said
room, and I'm going to do it right now."

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