Nine Volts

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14 Responses

  1. Joanne says:

    Such a loving tribute. Happy anniversary.

  2. Lil says:

    Beautiful. I love your love.

    And why do those stupid detectors ALWAYS start chirping at night?

  3. Jess says:

    Oh I love this so much, J!! So hilarious and sweet and perfect. So very you. And you two. Thank you for the lovely read.

  4. jenny_o says:

    So tender and sweet. Except maybe for the whack to the leg 🙂 But otherwise, such a good description of a loving relationship.

  5. actonbell says:

    What a sweet gem! Happy anniversry 🙂

  6. Maria says:

    I am half besotted with Byron. Just because he woke up so sweetly! If I did that to Bing and then could not produce a chirp! she would not be nearly as sweet natured. And I kept waiting for that other shoe to drop, that chiiirrrpppp! to plop out just as Byron fell asleep again while you still weren’t quite there…but wow…the gods smiled on you!

  7. chlost says:

    This is the sweetness of marriage. That story that will stay with you and bind you together with laughter, the snuggling in after a crazy episode. You two have it.
    Congratulations.
    And a man in his underwear with a headlamp….new superhero, for sure.

  8. Pearl says:

    Ah, I love you two so much. I was in the house with you, cold floors, chirping noise, having gone through something rather similar lately, minus the headlamp.

    You are good folks — and representative Minnesotans. (And I approve this message.)

    Pearl

  9. alexandra says:

    You are a lucky, lucky woman. xo

  10. First of all, hapy anniversary. That was one cute story. And I can certainly sympathise having gone through it myself recently with our fire alarm.

    Greetings from London.

  11. Green Girl in Wisconsin says:

    The best kind of love story ends with two people madly in love with each other’s special qualities. Yin and yang and vim and verve. Here’s to you two crazy kids!

  12. Friko says:

    How to write a love letter to my husband without anyone noticing. By Jocelyb

  13. diane says:

    You can write the hell out of a smoke detector missy.
    Fascinating. and sweet, too.

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