SAFER AT HOME?

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SAFER AT HOME?

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That was the way that my wife looked after spending 2 straight weeks around me.

This is the longest span of time that we have spent in 24/7 companionship in almost 30 yrs of marriage. I think that we have established the outside limit of our tolerance for each other at somewhere around 15 days. And that was with us working outside most of the time and me working out of town a few part days.

I commented to our preacher that if this crap goes on much longer that he may have to be presiding over a marriage counseling session. He looked funny and said, "I know exactly what you mean..." He went on to say that he and his wife (also a minister) had been married 30 yrs but even though they had been home or working together for the past 15 years, the past several weeks they had been at home with little else to do and it had been very, very different.

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My wife also said that we radio engineers were an antisocial bunch and should really like social distancing and not having to see or communicated with anybody...

For what it's worth, "except you" was far too ambiguous of an answer on my part.
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