My health insurance runs out today. I know I should have taken care of this sooner, I mean I have been unemployed for nearly three weeks, but as soon as I begin to think about premiums and deductibles, my head starts to spin. You know how much I despise thinking about these things. Like mowing the lawn and cleaning the garage, this type of thing is your job. Call me a stumbling block to the feminist movement, but all I want to think about is what to make for dinner. Oh! Speaking of, dinner that is, I’ve decided we’re going to use cloth napkins every night, even when we have children. I do so love cloth napkins.
Anyways, back to the health insurance, I even tried to read an article about the President’s health care reform last night and couldn’t even make it halfway through. It sounds like a terrible plan, although I must admit, the idea of lower costs does entice me. It’s all so expensive! But as you know, I like discussing politics about as much as I like thinking about insurance, so I’ll stop there.
And believe me, I know how this makes me sound–like a mindless woman tied to her own apron strings. But you know, and I know, that that’s just not the case. I’m quite smart (sometimes smarter than you in fact [wink]); my quick mind is one of the things you love most about me. And I’m fully capable too. There are just other things I like doing and thinking about better. But don’t worry. I’ll take care of this, like I always do. I just hate having to do it without you. So. Hurry home, would you?
I love you.
p.s. On a related note: all the smoke detectors were beeping so Frit and I took them down to replace the batteries. That was a year ago and we still haven’t hooked them back up. Would you please take care of that?
p.p.s. The dishwasher is broken too. It’s stuck on heated dry or something.
p.p.p.s. Thanks love. I think you’re wonderful you know.