Women Dont You Miss Ur Man

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Cynthia E.'s Comment
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TELL ME HOW YOU HANDLE YOUR MAN GONE ALL THE TIME.AND DO YOU EVER GO ON RUNS AND HOW WAS IT FOR YOU.

Starcar's Comment
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Most truckers wives are so busy keeping the home fires burning, the house in repair, the kids healthy and happy...that they quickly figure out one thing...When their trucker comes home, you give them a day to decompress....sleep....eat...whatever, while you wash his clothes, pack his gear, restock his food. You learn to treat his home time like a honey moon...NEVER make plans without asking him....NEVER invite people over without asking him. And NEVER NEVER NEVER have a honey do list waiting for him. Remember...The Only Thing Tougher Than a Trucker........IS A TRUCKERS WIFE.

Erin S.'s Comment
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Most truckers wives are so busy keeping the home fires burning, the house in repair, the kids healthy and happy...that they quickly figure out one thing...When their trucker comes home, you give them a day to decompress....sleep....eat...whatever, while you wash his clothes, pack his gear, restock his food. You learn to treat his home time like a honey moon...NEVER make plans without asking him....NEVER invite people over without asking him. And NEVER NEVER NEVER have a honey do list waiting for him. Remember...The Only Thing Tougher Than a Trucker........IS A TRUCKERS WIFE.

Reading this made me laugh out loud! Shouldn't we always act like our time together is a honeymoon?! Is it the opposite when the women are the trucker? Is my man going to learn to cook a meal for me and wash my laundry if I end up getting into trucking? Fat chance!

Colleen W.'s Comment
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Most truckers wives are so busy keeping the home fires burning, the house in repair, the kids healthy and happy...that they quickly figure out one thing...When their trucker comes home, you give them a day to decompress....sleep....eat...whatever, while you wash his clothes, pack his gear, restock his food. You learn to treat his home time like a honey moon...NEVER make plans without asking him....NEVER invite people over without asking him. And NEVER NEVER NEVER have a honey do list waiting for him. Remember...The Only Thing Tougher Than a Trucker........IS A TRUCKERS WIFE.

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Reading this made me laugh out loud! Shouldn't we always act like our time together is a honeymoon?! Is it the opposite when the women are the trucker? Is my man going to learn to cook a meal for me and wash my laundry if I end up getting into trucking? Fat chance!

My husband already does the cooking, however he's not touching my laundry. Last time he did that he washed my new jeans with one of my white sweaters.

Tracey D.'s Comment
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Most truckers wives are so busy keeping the home fires burning, the house in repair, the kids healthy and happy...that they quickly figure out one thing...When their trucker comes home, you give them a day to decompress....sleep....eat...whatever, while you wash his clothes, pack his gear, restock his food. You learn to treat his home time like a honey moon...NEVER make plans without asking him....NEVER invite people over without asking him. And NEVER NEVER NEVER have a honey do list waiting for him. Remember...The Only Thing Tougher Than a Trucker........IS A TRUCKERS WIFE.

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Reading this made me laugh out loud! Shouldn't we always act like our time together is a honeymoon?! Is it the opposite when the women are the trucker? Is my man going to learn to cook a meal for me and wash my laundry if I end up getting into trucking? Fat chance!

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My husband already does the cooking, however he's not touching my laundry. Last time he did that he washed my new jeans with one of my white sweaters.

I was a Navy wife for 15 years. Just thinking about the trucking life. Try going 9 months or more with no word from your man. You become independent. And he learns to appreciate all you can do on your own. Or not, and it is time to move on to someone who can.

Starcar's Comment
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Well said, Tracey......alot of men like the trucking life, cuz THEY like THEIR independence....but when they finally come home and find an independent little wifey....Oh Hell No !! yeah...I agree....you gotta do what you gotta do..whichever way the wind blows. And for the record, TSB (my other half) does cook, will help with all the house work...and runs a mean vacuum !!! But he also likes his independent wife...who has, in the past, left him at home, and taken the truck out for weeks at a time by herself !! Now he's a lucky man...he has a woman who can DO IT ALL !!!!smile.gif

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