The other day you reminded me that even a limited lifetime guarantee doesn’t mean that you can’t get away without the maintenance agreement

Just because Quantum entanglement is forever doesn’t mean that we can’t ignore it, write it off or even overcome it. More often though, we just get used to it and start to rely on it, arrogantly even, as if it were something like death or taxes go figure.

Like food. Great idea. Breakfast? Doesn’t have to be in bed every day, but it’s not just something you cross off your bucket list. Let’s see nutrition been there done that? Not the way it works.

The other day I added to your aggravation more than I did to your convenience and pleasure and out-of-character the Seesaw went in the other direction and it wasn’t pretty, both our butts got bruised, ouch

And while neither one of us got off, it made me understand that even though you may or might not have my limited lifetime guarantee, warranty, promises, whatever the hell all that means(?), it doesn’t mean that I have not signed up for the maintenance agreement and I must renew that everyday, as it is the only living document that ever comes into play

And then, there’s that tag on the pillow never to be removed, and I also have to learn to not smother you but rather just to enjoy the occasional heavy breathing and the joy of sharing a place to rest our heads

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