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I feel lucky...

... to have Yorkie!

No, really, I do! Forget all the stories about him being pissed up loon, they are only occasional occurances these days anyway and I always found it amusing rather than a problem.

Remember instead the times he has pulled me out of my deepest depressions, made me laugh when I felt like screaming or crying, bailed me out when I've got my self stuck, and all the other things big and small.

I see what hassle my friends and aquentences have with their fellers, some complaining that their wife/girlfriend "gets it easy being at home with baby all day" until the rolls reverse, and then say "it's all right for you, you get to go out to work, I'm stuck home with baby all day". Or when they walk out on their wife/girlfriend when they are needed the most, come back, sleep with them, say they want to get back together, and this vanish for days on end leaving said poor woman with no idea what's going on. And then there's the guys who start dating online, meet up and start a replationship with someone voulnerable and just when things start to get serious flip out, stop calling, and start mouthing off to anyone who will listen, breaking the womans heart and leaving her wondering - again - what the hell is going on.

The three of you ladies know who you are, I'm sure. I know you love these men and I'm sorry for slating them, but it pisses me off how guys behave sometimes.

Although, that said, I'm sure, if asked, you too would come out with a long list of why your feller is brilliant and perfect for you, just like I do with mine. And if you can't...

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