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3 Demands

As our relationship matures and deepens, I find times where we need to renegotiate terms. The other day I gave 3 demands:

1) We have to flush the toilet every time it’s used – no yellow/mellow brown/down rule
2) I need Saturdays to work in the shop
3) To not use the letter “e” when we talk

See, you have to make one crazy demand, that way you can pass the whole thing off as a joke if there’s too much pushback. Hehe.

“Saturdays off”. Hehe.

My greatest fear: I may have peed on my toothbrush

I’ve been fighting a back pain issue for a few years now. Once my right leg went numb and I started limping I figured it was time to ratchet the care up a notch. So on Thursday I had microsurgical discectomy of my L5/S1 disc. On the whole, things went well. The surgeon described the herniation as “huge” but they got me squared away . I still have a lot of numbness (crushed nerves take a while to bounce back) and post-surgical pain (chewing up a percocet every hour or so, wOOt!) but I think it’s gonna get better eventually.

Major issue though: Impaired mobility/inability to bend and lift the toilet seat, coupled with an aversion to turning on the W.C.’s super bright light in the wee hours found me peeing into my sink about 2:30 this morning. Crikey, I hope my aim was true.

I don’t think there’s anything else to say but I have to ask, have my methods become unsound? Has a line been crossed? Will I ever be able to brush again?