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  1. Brilliant and true, I can relate this to the days my husband is working from home – he is unobtrusive but is unconciously disturbing the routine

  2. All this sounds true and I have a testimony that it is certainly true in my home. However, I will happily live with the interruption of “machinery” to welcome home my husband because without him, I would be bereft of direction and purpose. He is the reason this house ever gets cleaned up after my crafting/sewing/cooking escapades. My home isn’t worth enjoying without him. {but I do agree with what was said,heehee}

  3. Brilliant and true, I can relate this to the days my husband is working from home – he is unobtrusive but is unconciously disturbing the routine

  4. All this sounds true and I have a testimony that it is certainly true in my home. However, I will happily live with the interruption of “machinery” to welcome home my husband because without him, I would be bereft of direction and purpose. He is the reason this house ever gets cleaned up after my crafting/sewing/cooking escapades. My home isn’t worth enjoying without him. {but I do agree with what was said,heehee}

  5. OMG so true ! My husband has the day off. He is fitting a swing seat with usual cry of these intructions are wrong. He has bought logs for the wood burner, they are in the lounge on the floor cheek by jowl beside the frozen chicken he has bought. The kitchen defies description and I can hardly get through the conservatory to the garden beyond for boxes to do with said swing seat and solar fountain he has bought. He has asked when his coffee is coming. I am seeing to my 4 yr old grandson trying to find a space for his lunch as tools everywhere. I want my domain back. Sigh. He has just said anymore coffee ? ……

  6. I thought I was the only one that felt this way. I can tell my daughter will be the same way. When we are going to clean house or cook we always agree to wait until my husband leaves for work. As my daughter says, ” It’s just easier when he’s not home.”

  7. I read it to mine. He just shrugged and stated, “That’s what you’ve always said.” 🙂 Great, fun find, Alison!

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