My guy is wonderful

I just wanted to share a bit about the man I am engaged to. He is wonderful.

  • When I feel sick, he has been sweet and brings me soup.
  • When I’m healthy, he is there to snuggle me.
  • When I want time with friends, he texts to have fun and stay safe.
  • When I’m being bitchy, he lets me know in a constructive way.

We do have our spats and disagreements but, since I haven’t said much about him here on the blog, I figured I would share. I’m not the overyly lovey dovey type and have respected his privacy in not knowing what he would or wouldn’t want me to type but wanted to share.

This does change my future plans a bit. I thought I may be alone or dating for most of the rest of my life. Not sad about it but just had come to accept that maybe I wasn’t willing to compromise enough or wouldn’t find someone who matched me enough to want to get married. Now that I have, we have been talking about how we want to live.

My guy (Mr. Shorts), has tons of board games and crafts and likes to host player for gaming days. I really enjoy doing that with him. To do things like that we will need to live in a house or apartment large enough to host.  I am actually quite fine with that. I do sometimes miss space (most often in my kitchen) and really look forward to the day we can cook together.

but…

I’m worried. I’m worried I won’t be able to keep things picked up. I’m concerned that I will start hording and totally fill space quickly. I’m not sure how people who work full time actually find time to keep a whole house in order. I have expressed these concerns to him and he has offered some solutions. I think I like his best suggestion, every item has a place, and possibly hiring a maid. It would just kinda suck though to have tried this trailer thing partially to help fight my hording tendencies and then end up right back where I started.

For now though I am not going to linger on that. I am going to instead stress about finding a new job for this next year and look into planning a wedding. Oh, and buying a car (Prius v!!).

I hope all is going well out there for you!

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2 Responses to My guy is wonderful

  1. Crystal says:

    I’m glad you are in love. Don’t worry about the what-ifs…you can handle the problems if/when they pop up in a house. You know I’m always pro-maid. 😉

  2. Eric says:

    I’m worried. I’m worried I won’t be able to keep things picked up. I’m concerned that I will start hording and totally fill space quickly. — You’ve proven many times that you can do whatever you set your mind to do. This trailer living is just the most recent example among many. Have confidence in the amazing person you’ve grown into ….. we do!

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