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What Makes a Husband Easy to Live With?

interrupted by useless arguments and recriminations. I am ready and willing to admit that my husband is not perfect, but who wants a perfect husband anyway? As for me, I say, "Thank God for a peaceful husband."

He Covers His Tracks
I have chosen "picking up after himself" as the best among my bus band's many easy-to-live with qualities. If there's anything that makes a tired mother desperate it's to try to teach her children to hang up their hats, put their shoes in the closet and their soiled clothes in the hamper, in the face of the living example of a husband and father who casts off clothing and all responsibility for it in the general direction of the nearest chair. Any woman will seethe with resentment if she has to follow in the tracks of a man picking up the collars, newspapers, shoes and shirts he sheds. From my heart I thank my mother-in-law, who taught her son to "cover his tracks" in the house.

Words of Praise
My husband never forgets that besides being a wife I am also a Feminine Person and as such love to hear that my dress was the prettiest there, that my nose never shines except in the privacy of my boudoir and that no other lemon meringue pie can equal mine. Such honeyed words, not to say downright blarney, make my husband a mighty easy man to live with.

When to Be Quiet
I very much appreciate my husband's quiet way when I am struggling to make a train, or to get to some place on time. He may look at his watch and ask, "Do you think you can make the 2: 15 bus?" And I make it, unruffled and unflurried. Whereas should he hustle me and become impatient I lose my equilibrium and probably the bus as well.
And I'm thankful for his quiet help in getting the last-minute things ready for the picnic and his quiet manner of taking the responsibility of fixing windows and shades, and seeing that wraps and luggage are all together and doors locked when we are leaving home for a vacation.
I think a husband who knows the times when it helps most to be quiet is an easy man to live with.

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