She Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes by the Sink

Must Be This Tall To Ride

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It seems so unreasonable when you put it that way: My wife left me because sometimes I leave dishes by the sink.

It makes her seem ridiculous; and makes me seem like a victim of unfair expectations.

We like to point fingers at other things to explain why something went wrong, like when Biff Tannen crashed George McFly’s car and spilled beer on his clothes, but it was all George’s fault for not telling him the car had a blind spot.

This bad thing happened because of this, that, and the other thing. Not because of anything I did!

Sometimes I leave used drinking glasses by the kitchen sink, just inches away from the dishwasher.

It isn’t a big deal to me now. It wasn’t a big deal to me when I was married. But it WAS a big deal to her.

Every time she’d walk into the kitchen…

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About authormjflournoy

Author of Romantic Suspense and Paranormal Romance.
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4 Responses to She Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes by the Sink

  1. nitethyme says:

    Interesting. Linda

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Debby Grahl says:

    Great read!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. bethtrissel says:

    Very good. Enjoyed this.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. marymarvella says:

    Sometimes folks just don’t get the point. I heard over and over again that my ex was too old to change. He was only a year older than I was. Hell, I changed to suit him so much I lost myself.

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