Syllie - 2006-04-10 15:33:29
I'm so sorry about your great aunt.
nancyfrance - 2006-04-10 15:37:56
I'm sorry to hear about your great aunt. It is hard to think about the "olders" of the family as gone. Just remember the two scamps your grandma and she were. I'm not too good at reading 'Pup's mind either, tho sometimes he is irritatingly able to read mine.
Jane - 2006-04-10 16:13:36
I think that you're the man and he's the woman, that's what I think. Tell him I said that and I guarantee he'll communicate better. HEH. (In my house, I'm the one who pulls that shit)
Lisa V - 2006-04-10 16:44:20
I'm sorry about your aunt, and not having a public place to recongize your loss. Funerals are totally for the living, which is why you are missing your aunts. I think you are right about closure. That is what a funeral gives you. I got all heebeejeebie after my last grandmother died, realzing my dad moved up the ladder, and therefore I did too. I guess the next time is when my parents die or my kids have kids. Yikes.
mom-on-roof - 2006-04-10 17:38:07
I'm very sorry for your loss and your non-closure, I know what you mean, I complain about our stupid funeral home/DELI COUNTER, but what would I do without it? And about reading your husband's mind: I think you put your finger on it, pardon the expression, when you said "maybe he had to poop". I think he didn't just shower back there in that bathroom. I hope you will ask him, because I will not be able to sleep tonight, the not-knowing is killing me.
Miz S - 2006-04-10 21:54:10
Aw. Sorry about Great-Auntie. I like funerals in an odd sort of way, and I think they are really important. When I buy the farm, I want a BIG funeral with lots of weeping and rending of garments. You are invited. As for the communication thing--I'm with Jane. I totally do that to Josh.
sfk - 2006-04-10 22:44:07
does my HUSBAND do that? No, *I* do that. It's not intentional. I'm just not very communicative.
LL - 2006-04-11 10:27:40
Dude, Ex and I *both* used to pull that crap on each other. Hmmm..another mystery solved.
EB - 2006-04-11 11:03:41
I'm with the others too -- I pull that on TB all the time, ensuring that the poor guy is confused an awful lot. I wouldn't be surprised to pull up a blog someday and find his ranting about me in it.
Krissy - 2006-04-11 15:54:05
Yes. Yes the Troublemaker does that. What I choose to do is say, "Excuse me, darling Troublemaker, what the fuck? Could you maybe express what it is that you're thinking?"

Although, now that I think of it, we do that to each other really.

It's gotten to the point now where we laugh. HAHAHAHA like that.

I'm very sorry to hear about your great-aunt.

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