Ellieseleven wrote: »
I've never seen a decorating job take so loooong! Useless OH has had 9 weeks to paint and decorate our hall and stairs and so far he has taken up the carpet and put "some" undercoat on:mad:
I have been saving all my loose change for ages and have enough to carpet the stairs (that's a lot of change and many weeks!). Anyway, new carpet will arrive next so hall had better be finished!!
He really does think that I'm thick - now I work from home a lot of the time, I see exactly what he's doing (or not doing) - his day consists of watching TV, 20 minutes of painting followed by watching TV for the rest of the day. He then disappears down the garden into the games room and drinks 3/4 cans of lager and smokes to his hearts content!
I am trying so hard not to lose my rag as I have another couple of years to put up with this until I have paid off all our debt.
Anyway, I'm off out for the day with my daughter to do some Christmas shopping:)
themull1 wrote: »
Could your husband not get christmas work in a shop?
Eager_Elephant wrote: »
I don't want to tread on any toes but thought I would answer - Ellie's husband is a seasonal worker and works for 6 months of the year and has 6 months off.
The likelihood of him working in a shop during his off season is very unlikely, probably as likely as me winning the lottery.
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