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Heidi - posted on 12/14/2009 ( 16 moms have responded )

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Are there days where you miss your husband more so then others? Lately my husband has been working straight day shift( usually he works 3 shifts), but I have been finding myself missing him through the day more so then usual. Everyday I can't wait for him to come home, but I can make it through the work day by keeping myself busy and what not, but there are other days where it seems to never end. All I want is for the day to be over and be snuggling with him. Today happens to be one of those days... we went to bed together last night, I woke up to him this morning, saw him off to work this morning and now I am totally missing him and its only been 6 hours since he left. Man this is frustrating. I can't wait to hug and kiss him and crawl into bed beside him. Anyone else have days like these?

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Nikki - posted on 01/29/2010

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Yup I miss my husband everyday. I wish there were more hours in the day so when he came home we could enjoy them together, some days the hours fly by others I find myself couting the minutes til he returns, and his days off seem to fly by in seconds. We always talk about how it would be sooo nice to win the lotto and he would never have to go back to work again, but as much as we dream we know that's not going to happen. Alot of my friends think I am crazy for missing him so much, they say that after 8 years i should be sick of him by now, but I find the exact opposite and I miss him more!!

Heidi - posted on 12/18/2009

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And Sara that is when you know you are truly in love and not just puppy love! So glad you found your knight in shining armour.

Sara - posted on 12/16/2009

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You know what's funny? With my ex-boyfriend I used to love it when he would go out of town every other weekend. Finally, one of my girlfriend's said to me "You Sara, when my husband is gone, I miss him", trying to hint around that maybe this relationship was not right for me. Of course, she was right. My husband now I actually like to hang out with and do miss him when he's not around!

Dana - posted on 12/16/2009

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I agree, it's all in black and white. I don't want more out of this conversation. I don't give two fucks about you, your ex or his new wife. I stated that I was being honest from the get go about your thread. YOU choose to make this more than it is. You could have very well said that No, you weren't trying to start anything and moved on. Now, I suggest this be dropped.

Heidi - posted on 12/16/2009

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WHATEVER Dana. I don't care...think and say what you because obviously you are wanting more out of this conversation...so I am done with any of your responses. If other ladies want to post great, and if not I am fine with that as well. I didn't twist anything...its all in black and white. As for my panties...they aren't in a knot either. I am a happy go lucky person that enjoys my life. Who could ask for anything more...

Dana - posted on 12/16/2009

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I'm actually not making it out to be anything. I never said you couldn't start a thread. I also said I sincerely *hope* meaning I hope I'm wrong. I didn't out and out blame you for anything. So yes, I'm suggesting (not telling ) you to calm down. Do you have any other words of mine to twist so you can get your panties up in a bunch over that?

I left a statement more so than a question. If you feel the need to take it to this level then fine but, don't blame me for it.

Heidi - posted on 12/16/2009

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So you are telling me to calm down? Its ok for other people to post things and start conversations on here and I am not? Is this what you are saying? heaven forbid someone post a topic thats not really a debate, but wanting to know if other women feel the same way I do. It was not a simple question...you out and out tried to blame me for stirring the pot, when in fact there is nothing negative in my topic. It was meant to hear from other women how they feel about there spouses...not suppose to be a big deal and thats what you are making it out to be. I have been a member of this group for quite some time and i don't care when my exes wife joined. We don't chat and we rarely join in eachothers conversations...there hasn't been anything negative said lately from both sides. I don't know who you are( other then you are a mod in this group) which I just found out. So why are changing the whole conversation around? It has nothing to do with my ex or his wife. Just a change of pace for this group nothing more!

Dana - posted on 12/16/2009

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LMAO, I'm not stiring any pot. lol I asked a simple question. Obviously your ex isn't on CoM but his wife is as it's been brought to this community before. It just seemed like you were giving a little TMI to strangers with your whole outline of your evening. I suggest you calm down a tad. :)

Heidi - posted on 12/16/2009

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Not sure what you are talking about??? My ex is not on CoM, and what I do in my personal life has nothing to do with him. He has his life and I have mine. I just wanted to know if other women out there still feel they same way about there spouses as I do. Apparently you are the one that wants to stir things up. This thread was for women that feel the same way I do, was not suppose to have a negative effect in any way... So maybe you want things to get stirred up but I am not going to play your game. If you have nothing nice to add to this thread then I suggest you go elsewhere and stir the pot with someone else!

Dana - posted on 12/16/2009

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Heidi, I'll be honest, you're laying it on real thick in this thread. I sincerely hope that you are NOT using this community to stir shit with your ex.

Heidi - posted on 12/15/2009

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It is the best feeling in the world knowing that I am with the man I want to spend the rest of my life with...So last night since I was missing him more then usual I decided to do something a bit special for him... after the boys were fast asleep, I went to our room and lit some candles, put on some soft music and slipped into something cute...so when my husband came to bed he would have a surprise and a what a surprise it was. It sure made my night! Its nice knowing that other women feel the same way that I do!

Jodi - posted on 12/14/2009

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Quoting Laura:

Think of it this way...it's better to miss them, than not to miss them. I remember once when I was married...I realized my husband was SUPER late coming home from work...I thought "oh my god...what if he's been in a car crash?"...and I wasn't upset in the least...I'm glad to hear you still love your husband ;)



Laura, I remember when my ex was late home once and it turned out he had been in a motorbike accident and his mate had taken him to the emergency room with a broken arm, and I wasn't worried about him at all, I was only pissed off because they rang me in the middle of the night and because he'd broken his arm and now wouldn't be able to work *once again* and we couldn't afford it.  Its nice to have a marriage where I look forward to the end of the day and my husband coming home to me :)

Isobel - posted on 12/14/2009

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Think of it this way...it's better to miss them, than not to miss them. I remember once when I was married...I realized my husband was SUPER late coming home from work...I thought "oh my god...what if he's been in a car crash?"...and I wasn't upset in the least...I'm glad to hear you still love your husband ;)

Jodi - posted on 12/14/2009

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Yes, today is one of those days. Rob hasn't had a day off for about 10 days now, and won't have another day off until Christmas Day (the pain of running your own business), and now I have Taylah sick too..... I so look forward to him coming home in the evening (never until about 6:30pm), and just having a hug. I don't get to actually enjoy private time with him until well after the kids go to bed, but just that hug when he gets home makes it all better.

Charlie - posted on 12/14/2009

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Yes especially when he has to go fishing up the coast which can take days and then when he gets home he still has to spend a whole day at the wharf unloading , im getting sad because he has to do one of these trips soon , usually he only goes out overnight which is ok and gets windy days or stormy days off so thats nice .

September - posted on 12/14/2009

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Oh yes! You are not alone on this one :) I really struggle with Mondays. It's hard when you've had two whole days to spend with your loved one and then it's back to work! I can't wait to hug and kiss my hubby this evening! Sometimes I find myself thinking about how warm and comfortable his chest is...ALL DAY LONG! LOL :) Enjoy your evening with your family.

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