Husband came home exhausted. Saw soup on the stove. Saw bedroom door shut meant wife was yoga-ing. Husband then took a bowl of soup then ate some. Knowing wife will finish soon, husband light the stove to make soup nice and warm.

Husband entered room. Wife got out of room to get water. Wife entered room. Wife said to husband, “Come let’s eat together. I made soup.” Husband in exhaustion did not reply.

Wife continued, “You’ve eaten, haven’t you?”

Husband said weakly, “Yes.”

**pause**

(Now this is where a drama might took place. The one involving “WHAT??!!! YOU HAVE EATEN YOUR DINNER ALONE WITHOUT ASKING ME? I MADE THAT DINNER FOR TWO HOURS YOU KNOW, HOW DARE YOU LET ME EAT ALONE. YOU ARE ALWAYS LIKE THIS. ALWAYS!”

Thank God it did not.)

**continue**

Wife asked, “Then why did you put the fire on?”

Husband said, “For you.”

Wife said cheerfully, “Thank you darling.” Wife then got out the room.

And that’s why she is my #lifepartner, because I only get good drama.

Warm wishes,
Edward

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