1. Ruth Ann Nordin
    October 17, 2016 @ 9:06 pm

    When I write, I write in fairytale mode. But in real life, I’m more of a realist. That’s not to say that I don’t love my husband. I do. But neither of us are perfect, and on some days, the warts (both his and mine) show up. When that happens, I learned it’s best to leave the room until things go back to normal. 🙂


    • Kristy K. James
      October 28, 2016 @ 3:47 pm

      Oh man! I am still doing bad on getting to the comments. My (whine) excuse this time is that someone in the house is cutting FOUR eye teeth so everyone – especially Grandma – is a little sleep deprived. Fortunately, only one to go and hopefully this found of fun will be over. At least until the molars start coming in. 😀

      I love that you admit you’re not perfect either. A lot of people blame the other person for problems when it’s never just one sided. Sometimes, though, the scale DOES tip more in one direction than the other though.

      Like you, I’m also a realist. Romance is seldom what we read (or write!) in novels. Personally, I’d find it 100% romantic if a guy would just do the darned supper dishes on nights when I’m really tired. 😀


  2. daleamidei
    October 13, 2016 @ 10:27 pm

    The Editress picked out my Senior year high school photo before we ever met from a class feature in her local paper. Retrospect made it clear I was meant to serve her as her husband from the beginning, and I’ve always treated the duty as such.


    • Kristy K. James
      October 14, 2016 @ 9:32 pm

      Xena is a very lucky woman. Not all men take the duty of husband as seriously as you do. 🙂


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