Collaborate without boundaries

Today we had a real conversation...

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Today I woke up and I read all of Tims posts on my journal :)  I know that yesterday was a day to really praise God for and be thankful for.  Last night he came home around 12 am and immediately went into the mancave to sleep.  This morning I woke up to get my charger for my phone from him and he had that door locked, which was odd but I didnt say anything to him just asked for the charger. He texted me today at work asking me if I had his work shoes in the truck I did and offered to bring them to him at lunch but instead he went out and bought more.  Sometimes the things he does are crazy and 'i have learned to just ignore them and not say anything.  When he got home from work we had a real conversation about his mom and her upcoming Dr appointment that we are taking her to. It has been awhile since we actually had a normal conversation without him getting aggravated.  Im sure tonight he will sleep in the mancave again, but I am not going to worry about it or say anything or read anything into it.  I'm going to praise God for the small victories, him still being in the house, our conversation tonight and continue to pray everyday for all areas of my life not just my marriage.  I definitely am not going to read too much into how he was yesterday because I know that he will be like a rollercoaster with how he is because he probably realized that he softened up a little and he has to gain his control again.  I still dont know what caused his attitude last night, but part of me thinks it may be because he had plans that fell thru.  Im going to believe the best.  

  • Some of the things our goof ball spouses do are crazy.  buying and doing irrational things.  

    And then talking one day after months or years to us like everything is normal.  

    Some things we have to file away in the  There is no explanation file.  

    If he separates himself in the mancave, think of it as additional quiet time he has for God to lay conviction upon him.  And this also gives you some needed peace under the roof.  Well, at least for me it does.  Because it is a good feeling that our spouse is home, yet if they are in a foul mood they aren't in our path spewing anger or frustration at us.  so, even though long term it is good if he is out of the room and the marriage is reconciled, look at this as a short term win-win.

  • Some of the things our goof ball spouses do are crazy.  buying and doing irrational things.  

    And then talking one day after months or years to us like everything is normal.  

    Some things we have to file away in the  There is no explanation file.  

    If he separates himself in the mancave, think of it as additional quiet time he has for God to lay conviction upon him.  And this also gives you some needed peace under the roof.  Well, at least for me it does.  Because it is a good feeling that our spouse is home, yet if they are in a foul mood they aren't in our path spewing anger or frustration at us.  so, even though long term it is good if he is out of the room and the marriage is reconciled, look at this as a short term win-win.

  • It's a double win because he gets from God more of a quit time to feel the conviction and you get rewarded with knowing he is home and yet still not being in the middle of a potential warpath.  

    it great you always remember to sing praise and thanksgiving for what you have.  

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