Real Life Vs. Melodrama

Yesterday morning Chase woke up before me, got out of bed and left the bedroom. He didn’t say good morning or give me a kiss. He didn’t linger to cuddle like we normally do on a weekend.

I proceeded to break down in my head all the reasons why he might be mad at me and/or how this was the beginning of the end of our happy marriage. I figured this must be how it starts – soon we would just be passing each other at home like two strangers.

I got up, dejected, and went to take a shower. And then Chase came rushing into the bathroom to say I couldn’t take a shower right now.

Me: Why?

Chase: You just can’t.

Me: Just tell me why…

Chase: Ummm…I got up early to make you breakfast in bed and it’s almost ready.

So yeah….

Real life: 419

Melodrama that I invented in my head: 0

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6 Thoughts on “Real Life Vs. Melodrama

  1. nestra on February 28, 2012 at said:

    I do that all the time! If my DH is feeling stressed about work he gets rather quiet and I always think he is mad at me. I’m not sure the man knows how to get mad at people but that doesn’t change my paranoia.

  2. Adorbs. I don’t think there are many things that top a warm cup of coffee while snuggled under the covers.

  3. Aw. So sweet. I always expect a goodnight kiss and call out my bf on it – can’t skip it! I was surprised with breakfast in bed yesterday after being away on a trip. :)

  4. Aww this is virtually the exact same thing that happened to me a week ago. I got all freaked out that my boyfriend was getting tired of me and him not talking to me for 24 hours was the beginning of the end. Turns out he was snowboarding with no cell phone reception and was totally cuddly as soon as I got over to his house. I’m an idiot.

  5. Mary on February 29, 2012 at said:

    You’re so real…it’s very refreshing!

  6. Esther on March 1, 2012 at said:

    Aw, you have a sweet husband! I do that too though, make things up in my head that are 99.9% of the time not true. This morning I walked into the kitchen and like I always do, started making my husband’s latte, I glanced over and saw a note from him on our chalkboard, ” thanks for making me coffee” it was simple, sweet and made me smile. It’s the little things.

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