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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

I know something you don't know

Over Sunday dinner Kev and I both had a really good laugh about life. We talked about his late hours and how people probably think I'm stupid for being oblivious that he's having an affair.

I mean, seriously, you've thought that, haven't you? I HAVEN'T but you probably have. If you're my friend on Facebook, or a follower on Twitter you read my updates about Kev working late, or not calling about when he'll be home, or there was that one time he didn't get home until 4:30 in the morning. Also, his paychecks don't always reflect the hours he puts in (don't even get me started on that). It all sounds like the makings of an affair doesn't it?

You probably feel so sorry for me, sitting with my baby in my hot, un-air-conditioned house anxiously waiting for my husband to come home. All the while, he's with his girlfriend, laughing at my expense.

If only you really knew Kev.

He is such a ridiculously bad liar. It's one of my favorite traits about him. When we first married, he went back to school for a semester. I asked him how classes had been one day and he was like... umm, good, y'know. I looked at him and asked him if he even went to school that day and he totally caved and admitted he hadn't. Didn't even try to lie. He just doesn't have it in him.

Additionally, Kev has been cheated on (NOT BY ME, DUH) and when we were dating he promised me it's something he'd never do. I believe him. And I know that he's working when he says he's working. And I know that when he's late, it's because something uncontrollable came up and he committed to finishing the task at hand. He has an amazing work ethic and an even more amazing commitment to our marriage.

So you can stop waiting me for me to get a clue and realize that my husband is having an affair because HE ISN'T.

6 comments:

  1. That is so funny because I really did have that thought when I read that post about how late he gets home.

    I'm so relieved!

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  2. Ah ha ha. I've thought similar things about our own situation lately as well. Luckily, just like you, I trust my husband 100%. I'm glad you wrote this though, I'll have to show Russ. :)

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  3. hahahaha I totally understand. But, working in property management means that things happen unexpectedly, and he's responsible for helping the renters fix their problems, no matter the time.

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  4. Did someone say something to you? It never even crossed my mind.

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  5. It's never crossed my mind either!

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  6. yeah... never crossed my mind! but it is nice to know you can trust him and never have to worry about those types of things. yay for good husbands!

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