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By Redchaser
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To be a good husband a father. All morning this morning I watched out of the office window as the flag on top of our local courthouse hung limp without a breath of wind to move it. The sun was shining, and the temperatures got up to 75. I know damn good and well the redfish are swarming on the East bank of Calcasieu Lake, just waiting to eat a fly.When I got off work at noon, I was sorely tempted to hook up the boat and hit the water, but I know my wife had a rough day yesterday, and it would have really sucked for me to stick her by herself with the kid this afternoon. I sucked it up, stayed home and cooked dinner. I didn't even mope around talking about what a great day it would have been on the water. Somebody buy me a freaking dress.P.S. At least I cooked dinner on the smoker, do I don't feel like a total Nancy.Tight Lines, Ron
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By Nemo
#67391
So in other words, she said you couldn't go.
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By Redchaser
#67392
Originally posted by nemo:n So in other words, she said you couldn't go.
Nemo,I din't even ask or bring it up. I saving my yard pass for Sunday. Savannah...shhhhhhhhh (P.S. it's Kase)
By bigtj
#67393
You did the right thing. It's tough but in the long run that's the glue that keeps the relationship going. Well done.
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By epol
#67394
Red you get my vote for the Dr Phil husband of the year award.
By Brookwookie
#67395
Sainted Wife frequently kicks me "the hell out of the house" to go fishing, which is better than being smothered with a pillow while I sleep.Greatest catch of my life.
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