My man is really special, and from all indications he likes coming home. He likes our life together. There IS a secret that helps make this possible. At least the empirical evidence of Debi’s life quality points to this conclusion.
It’s all about the honey-do list.
Seriously? Men hate honey-do lists. They sit on the couch for six months saying they’ll “get to it.” Ha.
So I’ll let ya in on my covert formula: create that list with care… Wait! Hang with me. Stop and clear your head. Ready? Now, think… what does he really enjoy (other than sex – that’s a given). My guy – he likes to shop, travel, eat, drink, take long grueling bike rides, talk, watch dark complicated TV shows, dissolve into silly laughter. So there you have it: that’s his honey-do list. As long as I stick to that list, he doesn’t mind me asking – in fact he jumps to do his chores. Works every time.
Example: during last night’s dinnertime honey-do conversation (not that he’s aware we’re executing his list), I blurt my theory out loud. He takes this all in with twinkling eyes. And… next thing ya know we’re researching and booking a 4-night trip to Tahoe in August.
Moral of the story: plan your honey-do list with care.
6 thoughts on “Honey, do”
he must be one hell of a great guy
he is one hell of a lucky guy
my “honey do” is to be thankful, and i don’t need to be reminded
Aaw, thank you. Kisses.
That is very well thought out. I think we, men, all respond much better to that way of presentation.
You are one special woman and Ken is so fortunate that he or maybe you found him or maybe each other. Love this one
Did you make it to Tahoe? I love that area.
Yes, we did, Rane!
We stayed at Donner Lake. Lake front room.
It was great.