This is my husband Del, I have to say he’s more than just my husband. He’s a wonderful father, my bestest friend and of course my partner and lover in life. Besides being incredibly handsome he has many wonderful qualities and I could go on about how passionate and loving he is but I’d rather tell you all a little about his funny quirks. Those hilarious habits he tries to hide from the world.
Del is incredibly organized, he’s such a technical person that I couldn’t imagine him not having order. That often means I open my kitchen cabinets to find all my food nicely organized. He’ll go as far as to gather all like items and put them near one another, all labels turned out and they will always be organized by expiration date. I even find tampons and my makeup organized and I can’t help but laugh at him.
Another hilarious habit he has has to do with his feet. He does not like his feet being touched. He’s fine with just touching but he’s always afraid you’ll step on his toes. If you get near his feet with your feet you’ll notice he starts to shift around getting his feet away from yours. He does it without letting anyone notice but I always see him.
I have to say I’m not sure I’d like him to write this post about me revealing my hilarious habits but he’s such a good sport. I think having fun with one another is what has made us so happy for so long.
I really want to see the hilarious new movie called Hope Springs. An older married couple trying to get the spark back and of course hilarity ensues.
Sony Pictures Presents Hope Springs, A new comedy from the director of The Devil Wears Prada starring Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, and Steve Carell. Watch the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-s22_Mvikl8
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