Before a couple enters in to Holy Wedlock, they should exchange kindergarten progress reports, and analyze them with the purpose of gaining insight. Very telling, revealing, foreshadowing insight. Not that the information necessarily has to be deal breaker, but knowledge is good. Knowledge can help you anticipate what discourses you will have over and over, and over again... 'til death do you part.
Geoff is the amazing cleaning and unpacking motivational task master. And I appreciate this. Never mind my whining. What I do not appreciate is the number of miles I walk, when he is working. He calls me to his side about every five minutes, so I can "see something," or so I can answer a question, or unpack a box, or put away something. It does not matter where I am, or what I am doing. It does not matter that I am equally immersed in work... he will insist I drop what I am doing to assist him.
I pointed this out to him, again!!! and I thought I made a very good case for myself. Explaining that laundry and dishes are important too. Begging him to let me finish my task. Demanding that he quit hollering for me every single time he got the notion that I should be by his side.
And not five minutes later, when I was deep in the dryer, I heard him calling me, again!!! And I got really peeved. And then he hollered for me again!!!
He wanted me to see his kindergarten progress report.
Can sit still for 5-10 minutes without bothering someone near him:
Can listen to the teacher or classmate without interrupting: