Post # 16
My husband had a fever a few years ago and referred to our bed as “his death bed.” Also it was like he had never experienced a fever before. He kept saying he was cold from the inside out and really hot. Also apparently the fever rendered him incapable of actually thinking about he wanted because I ran up and down two flights of stairs fetching him random shit every five minutes.
Post # 17
lol cute… they’re annoying but it’s kinda cute when they need you. What teasers are you working on? And what’s Sky Rim?
Post # 18
@MrsPhilly: Skyrim is a console game 🙂
My husband is the same way when he gets sick and I am thankful that he falls ill only once in a blue moon…God forbid I don’t make him cherry smoothies while he is on his death bed
Post # 19
LOL @ Skyrim. My partner got into the Elder Scrolls Online beta this weekend, so he’ll be AWOL from when he gets home from work tomorrow afternoon until he crashes on Sunday night. I’m incredibly amused by this.
I’m sympathetic to the “sick partner is pathetic and needy” bit (mine had surgery last year and was adorable while recovering), but can’t really complain, because I’m no better than he is when I’m sick. I crawl into my hole and don’t come out for days.
Post # 20
@Nona99: I so didn’t want to laugh, but I was giggling the whole time. My DH is the EXACT SAME WAY. He’s such a big baby when he’s sick. He wants to hang all over me and give me pitiful eyes and say, “Pefffffffffy, I don’t feel good :'(” Uh, kind sir, what exactly would you like me to do? Get out my magic wand and fairy fart it away? Eye roll.
Post # 21
LOL! Mine was sick over the weekend and just acting like he was dying. 2 days he was sick…two! I’m like, “just a reminder who’s had morning sickness for the past three months and you don’t see me moaning and groaning.” He ignored that comment and continued to roll around under his blanket, “I don’t feeeeel good.”