Saturday, March 7, 2009

previously on bad mom

I owe my man big time tonight for taking one for the girlfriend team - he stepped in and joined my best friend's husband for a concert she really truly was not up for and was becoming increasingly cranky about so my best friend could instead go to a movie with me & our other best friend. Stu's selflessness may have saved their marriage and it is definitely going to improve ours as soon as I get this post finished.

So I give you a rerun featuring his previous Good Husband qualities.

Oh, and enjoy the extra daylight tomorrow. (Except for all you in Arizona. Like you need an extra hour of sunshine).

7 comments:

stu said...

I'm all for 'improving' our marriage ;)

-Stu

phd in yogurtry said...

WTG, Stu. I do love reading about, and thinking about, all the goodness our spouses bring. There's so much husband dissing out there that it's heartwarming to read about the good ones : )

What movie did you see?

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

He's a keeper alright.

Lisa Wheeler Milton said...

Bad Dad is a good man.

And I love the Bagdad. Every time.

(We saw Rachel Getting Married.)

Fantastic Forrest said...

I like these opportunities to read blasts from your past! It gives me something to do when I'm at home, bored, because no one asked me to join them at the movies.

LOUD SNIFF.

Your long-ago post was very fun. I especially loved "Kind of like Jesus, he just did what needed doing and called it good. Oh, Stu did ask if I could rub his back later but I'm sure even the Lord asked someone for a decent foot massage after the resurrection, it just didn't get recorded."

I am equally sure the Lord enjoyed some post-Easter foot rubs. He'd had at least one previously, as you'll note here

Zerilda The Superfluous Blogger said...

I volunteer to take Arizona's extra hour. We need a few extra here. Yes, we get one, but it's not enough.

dkuroiwa said...

So, if Stu ever decides to have a lecture series on "how to keep your woman happy", I do have a name or two we can put on the guest list....I'll even find translators...please tell him we (many wives here in Japan) are waiting for him....or not "him" him, but him as in his ideas.
you know what i mean.

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