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Everyone has this fantasy that their husbands will be so perfect, fatherly, wonderfully caring, helpful, and insanely in love with you when you are pregnant and later once the baby is born. Lol. Not to be negative, but realistically, this isn’t always the case.

I have been married going on 8 years and together with my husband for 9 years. I love him dearly. He makes me happy in more ways than I could have ever thought possible. We met when he hired me as a graphic designer to work for his company. After working with him we began dating on and off and then finally agreed that we were at our best when we were with each other. He is extremely creative and can think outside of the box to find answers to problems that no one else has run into. He is very technical and mechanically inclined to computer graphics, math, and is programming-centric. He is a great graphic designer and can come up with such cool layouts that I could never do. On the other hand, I’m the organized project manager that keeps lists and deals with the account and bookkeeper. I budget all money and pay the bills for all 3 of our companies, and I take care of most of the household duties. I am a designer at heart and have been paid to draw, paint, sculpt, and create websites, stationary, logos, and all computer-related art. We each design in different ways, which makes us one whole in working on a job.

We got married and continue to this day to work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week together. We each run separate companies but I project manage a lot of his company’s work and I deal with all of our subcontractors. We collaborate on many projects and have a rare ability to team up on a job and bang it out with each of us focusing in on the other’s talents to complete the goal. I compare it constantly to being a pair of writers in LA. We usually don’t know when the next job is coming and when we get a contract to work, we work nonstop to go over the top for our clients. We have to budget money out for months in advance and can end up with a month long contract or a year or more long contract. Very LA film type of work as writers, riggers, stage hands and crew, make up artists, film crews, etc. all know too well. It can be a highly stressful situation when no jobs are coming our way and the money is running low, but that is what you get for being in business for yourself and neither of us having a job dependent on someone else telling us what to do. We wouldn’t be able to function well in that environment, but we could if we had to.

This leaves us being unusually close and even when we go to bed at night, if one of us is away we have a hard time going to bed alone. We do not own a king size bed, but rather a queen. For years people have told us we were crazy and that we would soon want a bigger bed, that day has yet to come. Even after having a toddler who likes to come into our bed at 6am (with all of his cars and stuffed animal) and sleep with us and me having my monstrous pregnancy pillow in bed with us, we still like being so close. Weird, I know but it works for us. We are snugglers and tend to sleep as one at night. Again, weird and very not the norm.

When we are not working we have learned to keep work at work and take time for ourselves. Another unusual thing is that we can spend a long week working into the wee hours of the morning on a job and after 6 or 7 days of this, turn and look at each other and say, “I miss you.” Yes, we can miss each other after being with the other nonstop as we only see each other for that particular part of the person that has to complete the job. Very business and very cut and dry. Yet at the end we still miss the other person and can then take off for a weekend and spend more time with each other talking about everything we didn’t talk about while we were working. We can be reclusive at times and this doesn’t bother us. We really do enjoy each other and have found our soulmate.

Have I painted a picture yet of how close my husband and I are? I need to explain that before moving on as it was the last thing that I could have expected.

To be continued…

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