I confess: Every time my neighbors argue, I appreciate my relationship with my husband a little bit more. So, thanks? My husband and I have our tiffs here and there and very rarely it escalates to where I need to excuse myself upstairs for some space, but we never yell and insult each other. That is just so awful. He is my love, even if I'm mad, I don't want to hurt his feelings. I mean, what does that say about you if you want to hurt the other person?
This time it was Mark and his wife, not Patrick. They slammed their front door so hard, it vibrated our house. Screaming at each other about "divorce" and "give me my purse back" (guy, give her her purse, seriously) in the front yard. I wanted to peek out the curtains but my husband gave me a look like DON'T YOU DARE, but then Izze got stuck on the curtain and was waving it about so oops they knew we were listening if they saw that. He drove off in a huff on his motorcycle and I'm not sure if she was able to drive off or not. Relationships are hard yes, but they shouldn't be that hard! If you are arguing to this extent OFTEN you need to break up, it's not working.
I confess: If you follow me on Instagram, I did have a cocktail almost every night this week. Normally I save drinking for Fridays and Saturdays, but I was cramping hard and was like, hmm, aspirin or liquor? LIQUOR ALL THE WAY, BABY. Plus my husband bought me this lovely ginger liquor, and I LOVE THE GINGER. It came with a little booklet on various combinations, so I had fun trying them out. I don't know if it's a better strategy than medicine, but I DON'T CARE, SO DELICIOUS.