Three of Us in a Boat

January 26th, 2012

Can we talk about personality quirks? I was thinking about this yesterday as Adam and I were getting ready for bed. We are RIDICULOUS about bedtime and we often joke that we’re so prescriptive in the way we get ready for bed NOW that when we’re old, it’s going to be so over-ritualized that we’re going to have to start at 4 p.m. We both wear earplugs (and yes, we can hear Sam, it just muffles the tandem snoring), while I have an eye mask, a specific requirement for pajamas (thin cotton pants, T-shirt) AND sleeping underwear and a certain pattern of left-side, right-side flopping until I can settle in to sleep.

Adam, on the other hand, uses earplugs, as I mentioned, but cannot fall asleep unless he’s watched a few minutes of television with wireless headphones (so as not to disturb me). The headphones, however, HAVE to be over the earplugs, so that he can seamlessly take them off when he starts to drift off to sleep. It’s absurd. It’s ABSURD.

(People expecting babies, we are hope that you will be able to somewhat reliably go to bed and expect to sleep through the night just like you used to someday. Swear.)

(I’m going to read this post in June.)

Second, I brought this up on Twitter because I so rarely stay angry for, say, more than five minutes. I’m a quick-tempered, quick-cooling personality. I get really fired up, really fast, and I’m pretty good at addressing it right away (though sometimes TOO aggressively, as is the pitfall of this personality type), and then once it’s out, it’s out. I’m not angry anymore. Grudges, smudges, really. I don’t hold them, except in rare instances when someone’s unkind and or disrespects someone I love, when I strangely become a CHAMPION GRUDGE-HOLDER and can’t forgive anything, even things that should be forgivable.

(This is not to say I blow up often, because I don’t.)

ANYWAY, a few times lately, I’ve found myself irrationally holding on to things that wouldn’t normally linger, and frankly, they SHOULDN’T linger (hello, pregnant), but what it makes me think is that people who are long-simmering types must be VERY STRESSED OUT. How do you carry all that anger with you for more than a few minutes? Grudges! So exhausting!

Finally, if I were the type to write one of those pithy bios I would write that one of my major dislikes is when the big cups flip over in the dishwasher, filling up with ganky water. I like laundry—LOVE laundry, in fact—and would literally rather wash an entire load of EXCREMENT-FILLED CLOTHING than deal with the wet food issues that accompany dishwashing of any sort. I hate the dishes. I hate that we have to eat off of dishes. I wish it were environmentally acceptable to use ALL PAPER PRODUCTS and disposable pots and pans. No dishes! DOWN WITH DISHES.

Now I want to know everything about your quirks, because I feel naked.

Happy weekend!

*Jackopierce

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  • 1. -R-  |  January 26th, 2012 at 11:23 pm

    At least in my case, I think the grudge holding is less intense. It’s not like your quick rage but for a long time. It’s a much lower level of anger, but permanent. And sometimes it’s not even anger, it’s just that I write the person off.

    Ok, now you know my inner mind workings. Kind of.

  • 2. The Tutugirl  |  January 26th, 2012 at 11:25 pm

    Oh, I can barely even begin to scratch the surface of all my quirks. Sleeping requires an eye mask, two pillows and a bed that was made (I will make the bed right before I get in it just for that feel). Any light when I’m trying to sleep drives me completely batty, even with the mask. Things have to be put away in their place before sleep because waking up to any sort of mess can ruin an entire morning for me sometimes. Oh, and I tend to fall asleep and wake up at the same times as my 80 year old grandmother. Your sleep preparations sound totally normal to me.

  • 3. Jesabes  |  January 26th, 2012 at 11:38 pm

    I also have a pattern of left-side, right-side flopping I cannot fall asleep without. It’s very annoying if a kid ends up in bed with us, because they always freak out when I turn my back to them. I sometimes end up laying awake for an hour or more, until I can finally roll the correct way.

    I love laundry, too. I am so insane I have been known to say I wish there were more laundry because I don’t want to be done. I haven’t said it much since having a second kid and potty training the first. We seem to have laundry coming out of our ears now. But I still think it every now and again. The bonus is the laundry coming out of my ears doesn’t really bother me. The kitchen, though. That place usually has me in a constant state of annoyance. It is ALWAYS messy and gross and I just want to light it on fire and leave.

    I guess I’m you.

  • 4. Nicole  |  January 27th, 2012 at 12:12 am

    I *love* that we are calling my OCD “quirks” now. Um, I have to bathe or shower twice every day and I have to shave my legs (and armpits) both times. I HAVE to go to sleep clean with smooth legs. The night after delivering my first at 7:30 p.m., I BEGGED for a shower. They declined, but it was the first thing I did the next morning. Yeah, yeah, lovely baby- can I shower now?

    I only like to eat dessert right before bed, not after dinner, and I have to read for at least 20 min or so before I drop off. Even when I was a swinging single, bringing home men I maybe didn’t know that well, I would be like “Um, excuse me, but I’m going to have to turn the light on and read for a bit”.

    It goes without saying that the house must be clean before I go to bed, right? And if I wear something even for an hour, I have to wash it. But if you got in my car, you would be totally repulsed. It’s where I apparently let it all my latent messiness out. There’s rotting food, maybe dirty diapers, god knows what else. I cannot seem to care about the car, and that was the same pre-kids, so I can’t even blame them.

    I could go on, but I always enjoy hearing about other people’s.

  • 5. Michelle  |  January 27th, 2012 at 12:29 am

    When someone doesn’t rinse ketchup off a plate, it sends me into a freaking tizzy. Especially if I don’t catch it and it sits until morning. Vom. Plus, I wear rubber gloves when doing dishes OR loading the dishwasher because I can’t stand touching anything with stuff on it in the sink.

  • 6. Amy K  |  January 27th, 2012 at 12:41 am

    I used to sleep on either side, but the tendonitis I developed in my left shoulder during pregnancy still feels…odd…(or maybe it’s all in my head now) three years later so I can only sleep on my right shoulder now. No back, no stomach, no left shoulder. There has to be some kind of white noise in the background. And for the love of God, unless it’s sexy time, don’t invade my half of the bed. How couples sleep in beds smaller than king is beyond me.

    I have bizarre tactile and aural issues, so my main problem with doing dishes is having to touch squeaky-clean glass. It nauseates me. (So does the feeling of chalk on my hands and hearing styrofoam rub together.) My husband refers to that ganky water in flipped cups as “chum.”

  • 7. Heather  |  January 27th, 2012 at 2:24 am

    I have to have all cds/dvds in their cover the correct way up.

    I cant stand other people handing me utensils I’m about to eat off.

    I too, love laundry and hate dishes (this seems pretty common!).

    At bed time, all I need is a dark room. The slightest noise and I will wake up, I have an alarm clock that plays cds but when it spins the cd to speed (before it starts playing), I wake up.

  • 8. JMH  |  January 27th, 2012 at 5:43 am

    Well, I am the opposite…I HATE to do laundry. It makes me crazy….especially the folding! and matching the socks!! UGH! Thankfully, my husband took over the laundry duties when I had a massive meltdown/freakout about it while I was pregnant with our 2nd child. I also HATE to go grocery shopping. I don’t mind doing the dishes or emptying the dishwasher. I also don’t mind shoveling the snow or raking the leaves. I love to organize and clean out clutter (when I have time) yet, I tend to leave piles of “stuff” everywhere which creates the clutter……..and I can’t seem to stop.
    As for sleeping, I MUST read before I can drift off. My Kindle was the best gift I think I have ever received :)

  • 9. Elissa  |  January 27th, 2012 at 8:27 am

    Just so you know, my personal policy is that paper plates (and disposable silverware) are encouraged for the first two months postpartum. Getting everyone fed is the priority, not doing the dishes :)

    My going-to-bed ritual is pretty run-of-the-mill, but the ritual for my almost 3-year-old boy? Insane. Before he can get in the bath he has to throw each article of clothing over my head into the corner of the bathroom. After bath he spends some naked time in his bedroom dancing around in front of the mirror. Then he picks a pair of underwear, is lifted high in the air by my husband so that he can “jump” into his socks, and puts on his pajamas “like a fireman.” After stories he points to the outlet where the nightlight goes, sits in his bed while I throw him his stuffed animals from across the room (in the order he prescribes), and then has an elaborate routine for getting his animals “settled” before we sing a song and say goodnight. Phew, I’m exhausted just typing it out.

  • 10. Elizabeth  |  January 27th, 2012 at 8:43 am

    First of all, Jackopierce! Forgot about them since college – thanks for the reminder! And…I’m a champion grudge-holder. Like, WILL NOT EVER let go of a perceived wrong. Kudos to you for getting over things quickly, because it’s a talent IMO.

    There’s not a whole lot I won’t do to get out of dishes. Laundry I’ll do all day long. A nasty dishwasher or, worse, a sink of dirty dishes? I’ll just move out, thanks.

  • 11. Raven  |  January 27th, 2012 at 8:50 am

    I am half fine with laundry. I can sort, load into the washer and into the dryer just fine but folding and putting away? ANNOY.

    I have so many other quirks that I’ll have to do a post to contain them all. :-)

  • 12. jive turkey  |  January 27th, 2012 at 8:56 am

    Ha! Oh, man, I also love laundry and HAAAAAAATE it when something flips over in the dishwasher and fills with–ugh–nasty dishwasher water. I LIT-rally cannot dump it out without screaming. I also cannot squish a bug without screaming/cursing.

    I would also much rather clean a dirty bathroom than a dirty kitchen. Something about touching old food/dirty dishes squicks me out something fierce.

    Other things I cannot abide: a smelly trashcan (esp. if there are onions within), or a fridge that smells like food (good or bad) when you open it.

    It’s becoming apparent to me that I might have a lot of food-related issues. Yowza.

  • 13. Ris  |  January 27th, 2012 at 9:05 am

    I LOVE laundry. Love it. It’s like getting new clothes!! I love the feeling of starting over, with everything in the entire house clean (this doesn’t happen very often). On the other hand, I can hardly go to the grocery store. I have to, every week, or we won’t get the right things for the right prices (control freak much?), but I bring my bf with me every time for moral support. It’s just so bright and loud and overwhelming. I absolutely hate it. Also, I have to have a full glass of water next to my bed before I can go to sleep. Once I was staying with a friend who didn’t allow water on the hardwood floors (?) and I had serious nightmares about being too thirsty and dying from dehydration. Cut to me drinking from the bathroom sink in the middle of the night. I’m a freak.

  • 14. bessie.viola  |  January 27th, 2012 at 9:16 am

    I have more quirks than I could ever go into here… and bedtime? Ach, forget about it. There is some serious ritual-usage there.

    But you stopped me dead with one thing here – HEADPHONES. What headphones does Adam use? Honestly, this may save my marriage. ;) I want QUIET to sleep and my husband wants the TV and OH… we’ve been debating over this for nearly 7 years, now.

  • 15. jonniker  |  January 27th, 2012 at 9:19 am

    Oh, BESSIE. These are MARRIAGE-CHANGING:

    http://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-RS120-Wireless-Headphones-Charging/dp/B0001FTVEK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1327673857&sr=8-1

    Also, Ris, I’m switching to home delivery from our grocery store. I AM EXCITED. Bringing a toddler to a grocery store is hell. Is that an option for you?

  • 16. the grumbles  |  January 27th, 2012 at 9:26 am

    DOWN WITH DISHES.

    I am not a grudge holder, particularly, but if you get on my bad side there’s pretty much no hope of ever coming back. My husband calls it, “making the turn.”

  • 17. Saly  |  January 27th, 2012 at 10:03 am

    I get upset very easily, and my go-to reaction for being upset is tears. Like you though, I get over things almost immediately. This can be confusing for the people around me. From being near hysterical to perfectly fine and over it in a matter of minutes. I am a unique snowflake!!

    In the way of quirks: I set, check, unset, check and then reset my alarm clock every night. 5 times. My pillows have to be arranged a certain way, along with my body pillow. Hub and I have completely separate sets of blankets. We cannot share.

    Non-bedroom quirks? There can never be any sort of flashing light in my line of vision. If my phone is blinking, if the clock is blinking, whatever it is—I need to make it stop. The same goes for loud/obnoxious repetitive noises. The dinging when the car door is open, people clicking pens, computer dings. I can’t deal with them. When I worked in an office with direct reports, all of their computers had to be on mute because I could not handle all the various dings.

  • 18. Kate  |  January 27th, 2012 at 10:32 am

    I’ll refrain from saying that these are my favorite kinds of posts because I mostly love all of your posts. I love these, though, because they make me feel so NORMAL. Hey, we’re all crazy! Hooray!

    I am a champion, long-term grudge holder. You’re right–it’s exhausting. I think I’ve shown slight improvement in the last few years, but that only applies to recent grudges. I still hold significant grudges from high school. Ridiculous but true.

    In terms of sleep weirdness, I have a double pillow, white noise, turning from side-to-side thing. But only in the middle of the night. How much fun is that? Good thing I can move to another room to save my spouse from it.

    And the other stuff–so many quirks. But, thankfully, I’m rarely grossed out by dishes or dried on food. One thing I do hate–having to reach down under the cold water to empty the sink to fill it up with hot water. Gross.

  • 19. Jane  |  January 27th, 2012 at 10:34 am

    I held a grudge against a family member for almost 33 years. Then someone said, “How about you just forgive him?” and I was like, “HUH. That’s an interesting idea.” So I did. And it wasn’t that big a deal and I was disappointed. I’m like, “Shouldn’t there be some sort of big HEALING moment or music or something?” But it was just, “Hm. Okay, he was an asshole 33 years ago, but he’s okay now so I guess I’ll get over it.” My point: I think we must define grudges differently. Because there’s no way I was that mad for 33 years.

  • 20. agirlandaboy  |  January 27th, 2012 at 10:42 am

    No quirks here. I am completely rational in every way.

  • 21. Cherie Beyond  |  January 27th, 2012 at 10:44 am

    If there was a TV in my bedroom, I would never sleep. I am such a light sleeper that the slightest thing wakes me up (last night it was a smell. The damper on the woodstove needed to be opened and the smell of smoldering wood woke me up). There is no way I could sleep with flickering television lights, headphones or no.

    I must always, always read before bed, even if I only read one page, laying down, with one eye opened.

    I must eat breakfast within 10 minutes of waking. I do not understand breakfast delayers. If I am up, I must be eating. When I had babies, I always kept muffins on hand so I could eat while I nursed because waiting? Nope.

    I’m a compulsive to-do list maker. Yes, I have been known to write down things I’ve already done so I can cross them off.

    I do not hold grudges and I am pretty understanding of human frailty, but there are certain Lines that cannot be crossed. Once you cross them, my perception of you is forever altered and you cannot cross back. Adultery is the biggest one, but there are others.

  • 22. PinkieBling  |  January 27th, 2012 at 11:38 am

    I hate dishes worse than any other household chore, hands down. HAAATE them. Love laundry!

    I am also hot-tempered but quick to cool. I can be quite cutting when pushed, but I’m nearly always first to apologize after a “skirmish,” and I usually forgive easily.

    I have TERRIBLE road rage. Zero patience on the road, plus a zippy little car, so I’m kind of a dick driver. Trying to dial that back.

    I have an *extremely* sensitive gag reflex. Bite wing x-rays at the dentist are my kryptonite, and I can’t wear turtlenecks or scarves because the sensation on my neck makes me gag. Cold weather makes me cough, then gag. Don’t get me started on actual gag-worthy things, like vomit. I am SO SCREWED if I have kids.

    I can fall asleep nearly anywhere and sleep through nearly anything. I’m known for my 4-6 hour weekend “naps.” Again – SO SCREWED with kids.

    I’m super clumsy, and I am the loudest person on the planet when I’m getting ready. I knock things over, drop them, walk into them, etc. I constantly have bruises I have no recollection of getting.

  • 23. Rebecca (Bearca)  |  January 27th, 2012 at 11:47 am

    I’m much like you. Quick to get annoyed, quick to let it go, not much of a grudge-holder. I also love laundry and hate dishes, and I haaaaaaate emptying the dishwasher. OMG HATE.

    Here is one of my odd quirks. I can’t stand biting into an apple. It gives me the chills. Anytime I tell someone that, they look at me as if I have three heads. I know, it’s crazy, but it’s a sensory experience that I just can’t deal with. Now, I can usually eat cut-up apples no problem, but I cannot just bite into a whole apple. It’s stressing me out to think about it.

    Yes, I am a total freak. CRAY.

  • 24. Molly  |  January 27th, 2012 at 12:14 pm

    I would rather do dishes over laundry any day. How I hate the laundry.

  • 25. Carrie  |  January 27th, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    I am like you and do not hold grudges and was just having a convo with a friend about how I am so thankful that I am also a half-glass-full person about most everything in life. Like everyone, I have my days, but overall I am a Pollyanna sunshine who will find the good in most things. This conversation came about because I work with a woman who is SO NEGATIVE, she finds the bad even in the most positive situation. Case in point: She recently had a baby and was complaining to me about the awful people who SMILE AND TELL HER HOW BEAUTIFUL HER BABY IS. Her: “It’s like they’ve never seen a baby before! “. It’s emotionally draining to be around her, so I cannot even imagine what it is like to BE HER.

    I hate laundry, especially the folding and putting away part. I am also with you on the flip cup thing – ewwww.. However I love to vacuum and nothing gives me a greater sense of satisfaction than a newly vacuumed floor with symmetrical vacuum lines. I also love to grocery shop. I find walking up and down the aisles, reading labels and selecting the food RELAXING (only when I shop without the kids, OBVS. With them, it is a horrible stressful experience – ha!).

    I am a tv sleeper like your husband. Flipping on a tv show is what allows my brain to turn off real-life and fall asleep. My husband is the opposite – he needs complete silence and darkness. Our solution is that I head up to bed a few minutes before him so I am usually asleep when he arrives and he just turns off the tv.

  • 26. Carrie  |  January 27th, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    I LOVE to do laundry. I HATE folding it and putting it away. I keep attempting to get my husband and three children to put their OWN laundry away, but it hasn’t happened yet–and the stacks of clothes then gets to me so that I break down and do it myself, cursing the whole time. Apparently, I am an enabler.

    I am very, very interested in hearing about your “recipe” for homemade laundry soap.

    I must read before I go to sleep. I used to be a belly sleeper until all the pregnancy/nursing years. It took me almost six years after my last pregnancy before I remembered that I could sleep on my belly again–and then I got pregnant again. Now it’s driving me nuts that I can’t sleep on my belly again!

    I don’t mind hand-washing dishes every once in a while. I do get some enjoyment out of washing them. But I HATE doing dishes after I’ve cooked (in other words, EVERY NIGHT). I HATE loading/unloading the dishwasher. Oftentimes, I leave the dishes and then have to do them before I cook the next day because I CAN’T cook unless the kitchen is clean. I’ve been trying to get the kids to do the dishes more often, but it’s difficult sometimes to get it into their/our busy schedule. I wish I could afford a maid.

    I LOVE to pop/snap my gum, but it irritates the bejesus out of my husband, so I have been snap-free for 20 years now. NOW it irritates ME when other people do it!

    I love to go to the grocery store–SANS children. Interestingly, my grocery store provides a daycare for children three to nine and yet I’ve hardly every utilized it. Probably because anytime I’ve stepped in there with the kids it’s a quick milk and bread run and NOT worth the effort of dropping them off.

    I could just go on and on and on….

  • 27. jonniker  |  January 27th, 2012 at 1:39 pm

    Carrie. CARRIE. DAYCARE AT THE STORE?!

    Also, here’s the recipe I use. If you need to make a liquid, you can totally Google that pretty easily too.

    http://www.stylelushblog.com/2011/12/how-to-make-your-own-laundry-detergent.html

  • 28. Artemisia  |  January 27th, 2012 at 1:46 pm

    Three of us in a boat! Jackopierce! Excuse me a moment, I am a junior in college again.

    I am back. I love quirks. Quirks are super fun secrets.

    Um, I cannot open up a can of soda or beer or whatever without first tapping the top of the can a few times with my fingernail.

    I have no idea why I do this. Perhaps someone once told me it kept the cans from exploding when you open them? I do not know. All I know is that it is physically impossible for me to open a soda without first tapping it.

  • 29. Artemisia  |  January 27th, 2012 at 1:51 pm

    Also – if I smell anything off-putting at all, whether it be in the bathroom, bedroom, laundry but most especially the KITCHEN – I must seek it out and eliminate it. It usually involves copious amounts of bleach. I cannot go to sleep if I know there is “a smell out there somewhere.”

    According to my partner, I have an amazingly over-sensitive schnoz. You will see me wandering around the house, sniffing, guided by my nose as if it were a dowsing rod.

  • 30. EmilysHollow  |  January 27th, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    Washing dishes? I do not mind. Unloading the dishwasher? UGH. Just kill me. Same with laundry. I’ll wash anything, iron anything, whatever. But folding and putting the clothes away? WHYYYYYY.

    I am a pretty drama free, even keel sorta gal. But when I’m overly tired, or if Xander has woken me up multiple nights in a row, I am the most dramatic person ever. I don’t ever remember doing so, but JS tells me I swear like a sailor, stamping around, whining that “this always happens all the time, I never get to sleep.” (Note, I do not swear at or stamp at my baby. Not LOUDLY, anyway.)

    I also leave the produce stickers on random household items because I never throw them away when I take them off fruit.

  • 31. Carrie  |  January 27th, 2012 at 2:38 pm

    Thanks for the recipe!

    And yes, Wegmans is BE-AWESOME!

  • 32. Carmen  |  January 27th, 2012 at 2:40 pm

    I’m not a huge fan of laundry or dishes, to be honest. Well, actually, I don’t mind folding and putting the laundry away, it’s the sorting before that I really hate and the lugging of the basket down to the machine.

    I am not a grudge holder either. I holler & then I’m done, as is the case in my family (mostly). Leo’s family never ever yells, so the first time I yelled at him….whoa. The look on his face was like I’d just killed his puppy or something.

    My sister-in-law is a champion grudge-holder. She hasn’t spoken to me since Dec 2007. She’s never acknowledged the birth of my second child. I gather from my brother that she’s mad about something innocuous that I said lo, those 4 years ago, but sheesh. That’s a long time to hold a grudge.

    My SIL also doesn’t speak to my mom and holds a years-long grudge against my mom for reasons like: 1) my mom had them over for dinner and spent too long in the kitchen; and 2) when my brother was fighting cancer and was spending months in the hospital, including two stem-cell transplants or hours-long abdominal surgery, my mom didn’t call her often enough with updates. (My parents were here with my brother at the hospital every day and my SIL was at home, 1500 km away, taking care of her dog.) I’ll let you be the judge as to whether either of those things are grudge worthy.

    But yes, I can’t imagine holding a grudge for that long. If Leo and I have a fight about something, and I think that I’ll try to hold grudge for a while (maybe engage in some mature silent-treatment or something), it lasts all of about 20 minutes before I’m chatting away like nothing happened.

  • 33. Anne  |  January 27th, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    Bed quirk:
    -I cannot deal with being “breathed at/on” by Teryn. If she’s facing me I have to face the other way, which is fine if that shoulder isn’t sore yet, or face her but build a wall of blankets between our faces so she isn’t breathing at me.
    Cleaning quirk:
    -I hire a housekeeper purely to avoid having to clean the shower, which is BY FAR my least favorite chore ever. Everything else is fine, but the shower/bathtub? HATE.
    Food quirk(s):
    -I will only eat grilled cheese at slightly warmer than room temperature, and it has to cool “venting” on either a wire rack or the grill things over our gas burners so the bottom stays perfectly crisp. I do that with toast, too.
    -When I eat popcorn I nibble all the crunchy/hull parts of each individual piece (one at a time), then save the “puffy” parts in a bowl and eat the bowl of “puffies” last. I have never met anyone else who does this regularly, but anyone who has tried it (a few) does agree that eating the bowl of puffies at the end is pretty great. (Yes, I know I’m insane.)

  • 34. H  |  January 27th, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    I love reading these!

    I enjoy doing dishes and laundry, and get great satisfaction from any completed chore. I love an empty dishwasher, a clean counter, an empty hamper, a freshly mowed lawn and things like that. My most hated job is dusting because it seems to reappear as soon as I finish. I think we need our ducts cleaned, but then I don’t trust the duct cleaners after that 20/20 episode! I love lists and I, too, sometimes put a completed chore on the list just so I can cross it off.

    I have several routines as well and I must have a particular level of neatness in the house before I can go to bed. I don’t think my requirements are extreme, but I have them nonetheless. When my husband travels, I love to set things out (like my breakfast dishes, vitamins, etc.) for the morning because I’m not a morning person and I’m much happier if all I have to do is microwave my oatmeal in the morning.

    I hold grudges for larger offenses, but they are low-grade grudges for the most part. They don’t consume me, but I don’t forget easily. I also assume others hold grudges so this opened my eyes a little. I need to remember that some people forgive ME sooner than I might think.

  • 35. HereWeGoAJen  |  January 27th, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    The bedtime quirks- yes, most definitely. We must go to bed and watch one show to wind down. Then we put on a DVD of a television show (approved shows are Seinfeld, Arrested Development, sometimes Friends or Modern Family) and I turn over on my right side. Wait, before I turn over, I kiss Matt goodnight and then build the wall of pillows between our heads. (Matt’s sleeping quirk is that he must have a fan blowing on him to provide moving air, my quirk is that if there is moving air on me I will throw the fan out the window. Hence the wall of pillows.) I wrap the blanket around my wrist (the purpose of this is twofold- it prevents Matt from stealing the blankets in our sleep and I have bad wrists and they hurt if I sleep with them bent.) Rhen I put my other hand under my pillow and move my head back on my pillow enough so that the light from the monitor screen doesn’t shine in my eyes. Then I can sleep. But nothing can touch me while I am sleeping either. The dog has been kicked out of our room because he kept sneaking over and sleeping against me.

  • 36. Life of a Doctor's Wife  |  January 27th, 2012 at 3:08 pm

    I just have to say that dealing with WET FOOD is horrific and to be avoided at ALL COSTS.

    Most of quirks are food related. For one thing, I CANNOT STAND the smell of cold leftovers. If I need to reheat some pasta with meat sauce, I will not breathe through my nose until it’s cooked through and the dish is washed/put back in the fridge.

    Likewise, I refuse to eat cold leftovers. Ugh.

    I am sure I have other quirks, but I’m so grossed out by all this talk of cold food that I can’t think straight.

  • 37. K  |  January 27th, 2012 at 3:44 pm

    Ahh, quirks. I mostly think my husband is a saint for being tolerant of the ones I have.

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