I was away over the weekend. It was a trip that was both fun and aggravating. Five year olds don't like to shop unless it's at Toys-R-Us.
My question is, is there anything you wouldn't be able to stand your significant other reading? Or are you ok with anything? Let me know
...after reading this NY Times article. Aquatique, a single lady, had an interesting discussion about it in this post.
For myself, my husband doesn't read anything unless it's a manual for some electronic thing-a-ma-jig. This is in no way a reflection of his intelligence. Actually, it might be, because I can never understand manuals. I usually end up tossing them and using trial and error. Hubby never liked reading. Math and science is his thing. He's probably the smartest person I know (don't tell him that). I've always found intelligence attractive.
Reading is a hobby. Some people have knitting, baking, stamps, model trains. I have reading. Hubby has other hobbies. He loves racing (watching not doing, thank goodness) and tinkering. He does admit to reading Tom Clancy many, many years ago. I've thrown out reading suggestions and offered him books but he doesn't bite. Maybe this one?:
I would love to see him reading. Anything. It would make my little heart happy but I don't need him to read. I love him the way he is.