Woo hoo! It’s my birthday!! The weather in the Seattle area is supposed to be fairly decent, I have a free coffee waiting for me at Starbucks, Kidlet has a baseball game this afternoon and we are meeting friends and family tonight for dinner out.
As Kidlet and I left his game last night around 9:30 p.m. I received a text from my hubby.
“What do you want to do for your birthday?”
Hmmmm. Seems like I told him the plans last week and put it on our e-calendar.
A few years ago I signed up for a free online calendar at cozi.com – it also has a mobile app for my phone. You can put as many family members on the account as you wish. It took a while, but I think I have Steve trained to enter all of his appointments and activities.
There is just one problem. He doesn’t check it for our activities.
I text back “What does Cozi calendar say?”
When we arrived home an hour later I asked Steve why he won’t check the calendar we set up. He grumped at me.
“But Sweetie, this is why we have it!” I expounded. “You can look it up at any time! All of Ben’s games are on there, as well as all of our family activities.”
I stood staring at him as he sat shaking his head in a negative response.
“I don’t like it!” The Hubster retorted.
“But it is a great communication tool,” says I.
“It’s too much work to get on the computer,” says Hubby. “Just tell me!”
“But I did tell you last week after D called!” respondeth I, growing frustrated. “Don’t you remember?”
“You know I can’t remember things!” spouts Hubby.
“Yes I do and that is exactly why we have the online calendar!” I said incredulously.
“Well, I don’t like it,” says Hubby. He focuses on his book and ignores me.
“Don’t you want to know what I want to do tomorrow?” I quiz him.
He continues to ignore me, so I head off to bed.
*Sigh* Sometimes life makes no sense whatsoever. Aspie or not, lol.