And what exactly pray tell, are you doing looking at his wife's clothes?
This. All of it.People need to travel and see the world. See different places, experience different cultures. Meet new people. World is an amazing place. It's too bad most people don't get to see and experience our beautiful world beyond the small circle where they live. New experiences offer new perspectives and will change how you view the world and your life. You only have one short life. See and experience much of this amazing world as you can before you die. Experiences are what matter. Not money. Not material things.
Sorry, my friend, but I wouldn't and haven't ever intertwined my life with a woman who gave a tinker's damn about that sorry-assed glitz.I got that stuff out of my system when I was young and before I married.
This is where I blow all my money now. Bought more Hermes and Louis Vuitton bags and purses for wife while vacationing in Cancun, Mexico.
I have NEVER been in love
A walk through the soul of such a woman would scarcely get your feet wet
I didn't know she liked these things before I married her. But she's a good woman. She has supported and stood by me during the good, the bad, and the ugly. She does like designer goods with Hermes being her favorite. Which is unfortunate for me because Hermes is probably the most expensive name when it comes to handbags. But I do respect Hermes craftsmanship unlike LV, Chanel, and Gucci. Master artisans in France still make all Hermes bags by hand, and they use the finest leather available.Sorry, my friend, but I wouldn't and haven't ever intertwined my life with a woman who gave a tinker's damn about that sorry-assed glitz.
A walk through the soul of such a woman would scarcely get your feet wet.
Spoken like a man who married wisely and well, as did your wife!But I like seeing her happy so if simple bag can bring her joy, I'll buy as many bags as necessary. And as long as I'm financially able, I will continue to buy what she wants if it makes her happy. It's only money, and I can make more.
Sorry for the delay in response. Spent a week in the hospital, half of it unconscious. Missing about 48 hours of my memory (9th-11th). Not exactly sure what it takes to kill my heart but apparently I can alarm an ER and ICU class heart monitor every hour for two days straight and still survive. Chest xrays, brain CT, bouncing O2 stats and like that friggen Energizer rabbit I kept going.