Sunday, February 26, 2012

Ready, Set, Plop!


I was ready, and then I asked my husband what he thought of the necklace I'm working on. He said, "which part?" When will I learn - and for that fact - when will he! When I want a critique I ask my girlfriends. When I want support ( more like a rubber stamp, for example, "You look great.") I ask my husband. What was I thinking? I knew he'd ask something like that. ACK!

He's a trend setter alright. Yup! He has fifteen T-shirts he can match to his pj bottoms and jeans. What would this man know about recycled sari silk, Irish linen, and that when I say, "How's it hanging?" I'm referring to balance of the necklace I'm working on and not......well, you know.

6 comments:

Sandra Young said...

Oh, you are so not alone!

Sharon Driscoll said...

Thanks, Sandra!

Moobie Grace said...

Definitely NOT alone! My husband thinks the difference between work clothes and going out clothes simply means he switches from his work boots to his "street" shoes! :)

Sharon Driscoll said...

Hahahahahaha. Here we have winter shoes and sandals. Last year was an event - he bought a pair of Khaki's because a friend of mine gave him a 20% off coupon for Kohl's. Are they all stamped from the same mold? Makes me grin from ear to ear.

Jean A. Wells said...

Oh my goodness, Sharon. Husband are the last people on earth we need to be running our creativity by. Most of them (a very high percentage) don't have a clue what they're talking about. I don't have any statistics to quote you, but I have been thinking really really hard on it so am pretty sure I am right.

missficklemedia.com said...

You have so made me laugh!