|Living proof I don't have internet access. Yes, I have a picture of an Aston Martin on my desk top. Yes I am a girl who likes her cars.|
It was nice to have him home-- even though it would have been better under better circumstances-- as his grandma was the most wonderful grandma I have ever met. It also reminded me what supportive, sweet, caring, loving in-laws I have.
|May she rest in piece.|
Back to having the hubby home, before I get too sappy.
It's different (in a good way) to have him home when you're used to being alone. We typically like to spend every second we can together, so it's no surprise when things get a little cranky. We had a tiny tiff like any normal couple... him thinking I should have the little towel because I have less 'surface area.' My defense, I'm a girl so I should get the cushy things in life (don't judge, it was the only thing I could think of). As a solution, I found similar large cushy towels, and no further remarks were made (other than a mutual promise to have large towels no matter what).
|These were the towels we decided to gripe at each other about|
Yes, this is visual proof of my pops' 70's bathroom. He doesn't like change.
Oh-- and he finally got to see the house that he picked out online. He loved it.
This viewing was quite different than the norm as I had a posse with me. You see, usually it's just me and my Realtor exploring all different homes together. Occasionally, my amazing mother-in-law or my sister would tag a long as a stand-in for the hubby. This time my crew was the hubby, my sister, my aunt, and my pops. Talk about anxiety-- keeping everyone entertained while being the tour guide was not an easy task. And here's a sneak peak of the house:
|Photo Credit: Trulia.com.|