My Last Day as a Pseudo Bachelor

I’ve enjoyed the time I’ve had to myself. I’ve picked up some new good habits and dropped some old ones. I’ve learned that I enjoy hard work toward a goal in which I believe (like cleaning the basement). I’ve also been reminded of just how hard my wife works to make our “life” easy.

The big things made a difference for sure, but it was the smallest things that stood out:

* Plants need water often to always look good when I come home.
* Newspapers don’t magically move from the driveway to the table and then to the trash.
* There’s a lot of mail that needs shredding on a *daily* basis.
* Bills get paid with minimal fuss.
* Clothes are hard to fold and look that neat.

I can’t wait to see Tammy, kiss and hug her and listen to all of her stories on the way home.

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Author: warwick

I'm a network architect in Springfield, MO. I like clever uses of technology whether it's in a data center or the kitchen of my house.