Trying to think positive.
Meanwhile, Manflesh is getting on my nerves. Bringing home his work worries and complaints really isn't needed when he allows it to spoil our weekend. If it continues I will move out because I don't want the stress to affect this cycle. Life with a soldier really isn't at all like what they show on television. There are no great reunions after deployments of any length. The only thing that is blockbuster is their moods.
Sighs, hoping he'll put on his sign that says he'll suck it up and leave it at work rather than bring it home to family time. Doubting that will happen.
Last night while carving a pumpkin we get a call from a person he works with. Manflesh is giving orders and he needs to deseminate the information. From that one call our evening went in a down hill roll like a cannon ball with a lit fuse hitting the pins. The next four hours were spent with him in a foul mood and me trying to explain to him that he can't let crap from work ruin our family time. We don't get much family time and I'd rather not spend it with him trying to pick a fight.
I guess he figures that if he can get me angry at him then he'll be justified with having a bad mood for Monday work call. I'm tired of guessing. He needs to listen to our marriage counselor and actually implement for more than two days in a row the suggested advice of the professional.
So I'm trying to think positive today that when he gets home he'll have left his work at work. I don't care how late he comes home I'll keep his dinner warm for him while he tries to leave all finished and unfinished business at work where it belongs. Civilians live here and sleep here and we don't take orders from folks in uniform unless it is under dire circumstances. Maybe that sounds harsh but I'm trying to keep a peace zone in my home. A stress free zone. A happy zone. Oh and I know that it doesn't fully work unless all parties are willing to make it work.
Must think positive. Keep smile on face, find many reason to laugh and many reasons to thank God today for everyone and every blessing in my life.