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Old 11-21-2013, 08:03 PM
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Originally Posted by LovingRadiance View Post
Honestly-first thing, I agree, text goodnight-but not again when they should be sleeping. When we are sleeping, and we are awoken with something-we tend to struggle to go back to sleep (good or bad something) and that can create the "clock watching".
Agree to a time frame BEFORE going-and then stick to it. No excuses.
As I've only had two overnights and he's had a few more, he's been the one to not want to agree to a time frame. He feels like I'm trying to "control" the situation. I'm not, I only wanted a window of expectation. Maybe I want to Skype with someone so it'd be nice to know when I could expect to see him.

I actually think the agreed time frame should be home 30 minutes to an hour before we have to leave for our destinations for the day due to having only one vehicle. This way everyone can have a good night's sleep and not get woken up with a text or call in the middle of the night and then not be able to get back to sleep.

Thank you LR.
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