So I had to apologize to my husband yesterday…

For constantly accusing him of cranking up the thermostat.

I was convinced John was getting me back for programming the thermostat in odd numbers. He doesn’t like odd room temperatures, believing proper thermostats always read at 70 or 72.

So of course I couldn’t help setting ours to 71, just to prove the universe wouldn’t blow up. But after waking up sweaty in an 88 degree room enough times, I told him to cut it out, that these thermostat wars had gone on long enough.

He swore he didn’t do it and I wondered what kind of passive-aggressive shenanigans he was playing at, until the morning I walked in on this…

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Dang it

Well, fair is fair. I apologized for all the accusations and feeling vindicated, he tried to blame the kids for putting the toilet seats up and always leaving his clothes in the dryer.

Nice try.

 

 

 

 

 

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9 thoughts on “So I had to apologize to my husband yesterday…”

  1. Haha! Sneaky girl. My family had the opposite problem recently – my poor little niece kept getting blamed for objects going missing, and not once was it her fault ☹️.

    By the way, as someone who keeps her a/c on 77, I fully support your right to use odd numbers!

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    1. Yes! I like odd numbers too, not sure why. maybe they seem more stable because they can’t be divided, haha.

      I can absolutely see children getting blamed for mishaps, especially hen they’re a little older. We just didn’t realize our kids could reach the thermostat, or were motivated to try. 🙂

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    1. Haha, so embarrassing! 🙂

      It’s tough enough figuring out who is doing what already, without computers messing with the house. Dang robots…

      Yes, he got a kick out of it 🙂

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