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Thread: IS DH a K*E*E*P*E*R

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    He is so wonderful; he helps me sew.
    He is so wonderful; he never complains about my stash.
    He is so wonderful; he never complains about how much I spend on fabric or how much of the house it has over taken.
    He is so wonderful; he never complains about my messes.
    He is so wonderful; he cleans the house and does the dusting too !!
    He is so wonderful; he does the grocery shopping.
    He is so wonderful; he even does the cooking freeing up all my time to sew, sew, sew.
    He is so wonderful; he pics up my meds.
    He is so wonderful; he does all the laundry; folds and irons nicely.
    He is so wonderful; why does he exist only in my mind :(

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    If your DH did all that he would be called "Wife". LOL

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    LOL what a hoot. My daughter suggested now that I'm single again I date a man that likes to quilt so we'd have that in common. I asked if she takes drugs. Can you imagine a man that wanted to use your stash or your sewing machine, or rulers or ???? I don't think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    If your DH did all that he would be called "Wife". LOL
    ROFLMBO SEVERAL TIMES OVER !!!!

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    You scared me. For a moment there I thought my DH had moved out and was living with you. LOL

    But nah he doesn't do these things-
    He is so wonderful; he cleans the house and does the dusting too !!
    He is so wonderful; he does the grocery shopping.
    He is so wonderful; he even does the cooking freeing up all my time to sew, sew, sew.
    He is so wonderful; he does all the laundry; folds and irons nicely.


    If your DH did all that he would be called "Wife". LOL
    Quiltncowgirl so true!

    I am quiet happy though. Mine is a keeper.

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    Actually, mine does most of those things. He retired before me and said he'd take over the housework. I am OK with this. I've learned not to look too closely at how and when things get done. I've now retired, but he still does it. I just don't know how to take some of those chores over :P I just have more time to take care of our grandson and work on my projects.

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    My wonderful DH does do most of those things! He draws the line at grocery shopping and cooking is better left undone then done by him. God love him he has tried! My DH is so wonderful he went out and bought me an AC unit for my LA room and installed it! Mine is definitely a keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic
    My wonderful DH does do most of those things! He draws the line at grocery shopping and cooking is better left undone then done by him. God love him he has tried! My DH is so wonderful he went out and bought me an AC unit for my LA room and installed it! Mine is definitely a keeper.
    lucky girl you !!!

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    ur discribing my DH to a T.... My husband is wonderful.. and really does do all those things... and u can't have him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluteddi
    ur discribing my DH to a T.... My husband is wonderful.. and really does do all those things... and u can't have him!
    not sharing is not nice ...LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    If your DH did all that he would be called "Wife". LOL
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    you had me fooled!!

    Last Saturday I went to a quilt store and my DH (really) said we don't have time to stop for lunch so just spend that money on fabric! What a guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by patski
    you had me fooled!!

    Last Saturday I went to a quilt store and my DH (really) said we don't have time to stop for lunch so just spend that money on fabric! What a guy
    :shock: :shock:

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    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    Quote Originally Posted by patski
    you had me fooled!!

    Last Saturday I went to a quilt store and my DH (really) said we don't have time to stop for lunch so just spend that money on fabric! What a guy
    :shock: :shock:
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: he's a keeper !!

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    He is so wonderful, he has dismantled my sewing room so I can reconfigure it.

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    I'm glad I read to the end.

    I was getting read to use a barf bag.

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    He is so wonderful; he helps me sew. ("HELPS" NEEDS DEFINING ... HE IS PRETTY GOOD AT THE EMBROIDERY MACHINE BY GOLLY)

    He is so wonderful; he never complains about my stash. (HE DOESN'T KNOW IT EXISTS)

    He is so wonderful; he never complains about how much I spend on fabric or how much of the house it has over taken. (I KEEP THE CHECKBOOK AND THERE ARE ROOMS HE DOESN'T KNOW WHAT IS BEHIND THE DOORS)

    He is so wonderful; he never complains about my messes.(I'D HAVE TO ASK HIM IF HE HAS CHECKED OUT THE GARAGE LATELY)

    He is so wonderful; he cleans the house and does the dusting too !!(HE HELPS CLEAN AND VAC WHEN COMPANY IS COMING)

    He is so wonderful; he does the grocery shopping. (IF HE WANTS TO EAT, HE HAS TO HELP...FAIR IS FAIR)

    He is so wonderful; he even does the cooking freeing up all my time to sew, sew, sew. (HE IS A MASTER AT THE GRILL)

    He is so wonderful; he pics up my meds. (WHOA IS HIM IF I'M NOT ON THE MEDS)

    He is so wonderful; he does all the laundry; folds and irons nicely.(HE DOES HIS OWN WORK LAUNDRY AND HELPS ME MOVE THE OTHER PILES TO THE FLOOR SO WE CAN GO TO BED SOME NIGHTS)

    He is so wonderful; why does he exist only in my mind (OH HE'S REAL ENOUGH IN MY MIND AND IN MY HEART AND SOUL)

    Okay -- Bearisgray can barf now, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    He is so wonderful; he helps me sew.
    He is so wonderful; he never complains about my stash.
    He is so wonderful; he never complains about how much I spend on fabric or how much of the house it has over taken.
    He is so wonderful; he never complains about my messes.
    He is so wonderful; he cleans the house and does the dusting too !!
    He is so wonderful; he does the grocery shopping.
    He is so wonderful; he even does the cooking freeing up all my time to sew, sew, sew.
    He is so wonderful; he pics up my meds.
    He is so wonderful; he does all the laundry; folds and irons nicely.
    He is so wonderful; why does he exist only in my mind :(


    Ladies I'm proud to say mv Dh is real and does most of what
    was on the list. I know I'm LUCKY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray
    I'm glad I read to the end.

    I was getting read to use a barf bag.
    :shock: :shock:

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluteddi
    ur discribing my DH to a T.... My husband is wonderful.. and really does do all those things... and u can't have him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonwork42029
    He is so wonderful; he helps me sew. ("HELPS" NEEDS DEFINING ... HE IS PRETTY GOOD AT THE EMBROIDERY MACHINE BY GOLLY)

    He is so wonderful; he never complains about my stash. (HE DOESN'T KNOW IT EXISTS)

    He is so wonderful; he never complains about how much I spend on fabric or how much of the house it has over taken. (I KEEP THE CHECKBOOK AND THERE ARE ROOMS HE DOESN'T KNOW WHAT IS BEHIND THE DOORS)

    He is so wonderful; he never complains about my messes.(I'D HAVE TO ASK HIM IF HE HAS CHECKED OUT THE GARAGE LATELY)

    He is so wonderful; he cleans the house and does the dusting too !!(HE HELPS CLEAN AND VAC WHEN COMPANY IS COMING)

    He is so wonderful; he does the grocery shopping. (IF HE WANTS TO EAT, HE HAS TO HELP...FAIR IS FAIR)

    He is so wonderful; he even does the cooking freeing up all my time to sew, sew, sew. (HE IS A MASTER AT THE GRILL)

    He is so wonderful; he pics up my meds. (WHOA IS HIM IF I'M NOT ON THE MEDS)

    He is so wonderful; he does all the laundry; folds and irons nicely.(HE DOES HIS OWN WORK LAUNDRY AND HELPS ME MOVE THE OTHER PILES TO THE FLOOR SO WE CAN GO TO BED SOME NIGHTS)

    He is so wonderful; why does he exist only in my mind (OH HE'S REAL ENOUGH IN MY MIND AND IN MY HEART AND SOUL)

    Okay -- Bearisgray can barf now, lol


    OMGOSH~~~TOO FUNNY !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter
    He is so wonderful, he has dismantled my sewing room so I can reconfigure it.
    definately a keeper :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhillslady
    LOL what a hoot. My daughter suggested now that I'm single again I date a man that likes to quilt so we'd have that in common. I asked if she takes drugs. Can you imagine a man that wanted to use your stash or your sewing machine, or rulers or ???? I don't think so.
    HMMM....I have a stash, my wife has a stash, its OURS together. BUT, I buy way much more than she does, I buy all the rulers, books, templates, starch, and patterns, I draw out the pantos we want instead of having to purchase them. I piece the quilts, she uses the quilting machine. We've been married 37 years...try it you might like it there are many men who enjoy quilting

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    LOL!!!
    My DH fits #2,3 and 4! That's good enough for me:-)

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    If I had a Dh like that I would feel guilty. After all there is woman's work and men's work.

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