Friday, July 29, 2005


A - Don't Interrupt the Daddy-Son Moments

Scenario: Your husband is trying to explain an important concept concerning "growing up" or "being a man" to your son(s), but you are concerned that it's (past bedtime/time to eat/fill-in-the-blank). Pressing you on is an irresistable notion that whatever is on your mind is the most important thing of the moment. You should:

a) stand and glower at the males until they stop what they are doing to listen to you
b) Interrupt immediately and loudly with whatever is on your mind
c) Interrupt politely with "Excuse me, honey, but could you do this at a later time. We really need to (fill-in-the-blank).
d) Leave your male family members alone to work out whatever it is they're doing.

The correct answer is d. If you chose a or b, you not only do not earn a point but you get a minus one deduction which will cancel a future point.


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Welcome to Wife Class, a BLOG dedicated to filling the growing generational void of spousal skills. The BLOG will be an anecdotal primer of the do's and don't's of being a good wife. The objective of the BLOG will be to develop a useable primer to pass on to my little boys. Because I'm a poor study of women and people, you are welcome to educate me with your comments and e-mails.

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