Here comes the BOOOOOOM!  

9Inches917 39M
36 posts
8/19/2005 11:27 am

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Here comes the BOOOOOOM!

After a day of rest and a reprieve from the battle- it all started in again last night.

First it starts off with her pestering me about various mundane aspects of my job. Ya know how when you work hard, sometimes you just don't feel like going over all the details of your day? Well that's what it's like for me at times, especially when there's an event happening soon for my jobby job. And she just kept on babblin about how I should just be dying to tell her about my day and relive the stress all over again, just so she can know where I was and what I was doing during each millisecond of the day.

I played it cool, and finally she laid off. Until it was time for her to go to bed, then she comes out and starts whining about how she can't sleep and needs sex.

I know. I know. Sex is good, right? Well of course it is, and I knew that I needed to perform, otherwise she'd be an even bigger pain than she already is.

So I went and washed my already clean hands, (rolls eyes) and headed into the bed room.

As I walked into the room, I was feeling like Al Bundy from Married With Children. I had this woman that most guys would love to go a few rounds with laying there waiting for me to screw her into the bed, and I was more concerned with the fact that the Yankees might not make the playoffs.

I got to work (and it's not supposed to be work, right?) and succeeded as I always do (twice). She was spent. I was simply feeling like I was in college again, having sex with some sort of ulterior motive. (And isn't sex usually THE ulterior motive? lol. In this case the motive was to make her fall asleep so she's STFU and give me some peace.)

I stayed there until she fell asleep, then headed back to the living room to watch ESPN. I fell asleep on the couch.

3 A.M. I'm woken up. She "can't sleep without me in the bed" (Co-dependency sucks). I get up and pretty much sleep walk to the bed. I get in bed. She wants to spoon. I cannot fall asleep laying on my left side, so I deny the request for spoonage.

I also cannot fall asleep when I have someone yapping off at the mouth, informing me of all my faults. I should have just done as asked- and kept the peace, but the request was denied because I wanted to fall back asleep- something that wouldn't happen until long after she'd quit talking. By the time she had finished her rant, I was wide awake. So I rolled over and mocked her. I gave her a hug and made it clear that I was mocking her. This sent her off into yet another tailspin. She got out of bed and stormed into the living room, where she stayed just long enough to let me fall back asleep.

Then she came back and woke me up by hopping in bed and stealing the covers. I took my blankets back and just thanked heaven that she wasn't yapping anymore.

It wasn't until I left for work this morning that I discovered why she was being so damned quiet.

She stole my fricking bank card. I went to put gas in my car and my card was not in my wallette. This pretty much sent me over the edge.

I went home to find her taking the day off from work, and demanded my card back. She refused it and said that I needed to learn to appreciate her more.

I can't understand how taking MY money away from me is going to make me appreciate her more. So I did what anyone in my situation would do. I went to the bank and reported my card stolen, and emptied my account. Then I went home, and slid the withdrawal slip under the door, and beat feet back to work.

Once at work my phone rings, and she wants to talk. So I drop what I'm doing and head back home. What happens from there is excellent....she admits she's been a real pain in the patoot since her last trip and thinks we should spend some time apart until she gets back from her trip to China.

I could be free from this stupidity sooner than I expected.

Next step- getting her to agree to get the heck out of here and go back from whence she came.....which is a whole different ball of wax that will be melted as time moves along.

I'll be sleeping on a friend's couch for a few days. But at least I'll get some sleep.

Take my girlfriend- PLEASE!

rm_1hotwahine 63F
21091 posts
8/19/2005 1:58 pm

Got a question for ya. And I'm not being a smart ass, I'm asking as a "hmmmm, that's interesting" sort of way:

If she were blogging about you, what do you think it would say?

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9Inches917 39M

8/20/2005 1:13 pm

Good question. Probably something along the lines of "We've been together for six years and he won't trust me with access to his Fidelity account, won't pay for my grad school entirely, and doesn't give me the support that I need while I finish school."

There might also be mention of the fact that her parents see me as a disrespectful person because I wouldn't let them talk to me like I am a child.

She might also talk about how her parent's disapproval galvanized us to stay together. But I doubt she's ready to admit that much yet.

She probably also would say something about how she can't sleep at night until I get in bed and how inconsiderate I am for falling asleep on the couch.

rm_1hotwahine 63F
21091 posts
8/21/2005 11:40 am

Interesting. And pretty insightful. Sometimes a question like that helps bring back a sense of balance. Best of luck with the situation.

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