How do you answer these questions? -1

Well I admit I am "know-it-all"bear... I have been generous with my advise and philosophies to whomever cares to hear (and hence the existence of this blog that no one reads or leaves comments!!) but some of V's questions baffle me...I am surprised how R manages to answer them..
Well now readers (if any!!) please leave your comment on how I should deal with this situation,
V and R work 10 hours a day.. they leave home around 5.30am (yes I know most of you think it is middle of the night!!) and get back around 6.00pm and then they fiddle around the house (the pleasures of homeownership!! everyday there is something new and the garage is overflowing with boxes from the old apartment) and on ocassional evenings V heads to Stafford(a good 25 mts drive without traffic) for her dance classes and then there are the homeworks, take-homes that V needs to get done, the photo assignments R covers and oh yes! I forgot to mention their regular trips to Ikea (for your information they did end up there this weekend too...)well you get an idea how my household is?
and now coming to V's question.... she feels she is not being a good wife!! (Gosh!!).. she feels she doesn't cook regularly (I agree... ), she hardly has time to clean the house and maintain it clean (as she has seen her mother and grandmother do back home in India), she doesn't have time to check the laundry, load the dishwasher and the list is endless!!!
Well.. what should I say to console her and prove that she is the best? R would love your inputs too...
Note: R is great working around the house... whenever V is tired (that is almost every evening), R makes sure V is fed and the dishes are washed and everything in between....Thanks R... I am sure I would have starved to death if I kept waiting for V's food....

2 Comments:

harish said...

All V needs to do is, forget that she is playing this multi-faceted role and just concentrate on the role she plays every now and then. R is understanding probably because R knows V is doing all these to her best efforts beyond which there is nothing to complain or crib about. So R never feels V is not doing her work or rather V is never guity that R is doing V's work. Life is all about compromises and understanding, which is in abundance in Pooh's den. Hope I score in my understanding.

Pooh said...

Thanks Harish!!