Hi, my DH is 67 and retired. Today I sat on his glasses and the lens fell out. It was my fault because I should know that he always keeps his glasses on the arm of the chair. A few days ago I should have known he was driving a certain route to go to a supermarket and he was angry because I should have said we didn't need to go shopping. Just now I knocked his glasses again by coming in through the door and walking too close to the sofa. There's about an 18 inch space to walk into the room but he was 'perplexed' as to why I got so close to the sofa arm. Once when I was out he rang and told me off for leaving the bedroom door open when DS2's friends were in the house - I'd not been in all day you get the picture. Okay so these things are trivial on the scale of things but also very annoying. I told him to write a list of things I can and can't do and I will try to abide by it! He's always been a bit like this but the 'you should have known' is a new one. I also asked if the gardening tools could go in the shed and he said yes but the bikes would have to go to the scrapyard (they are perfectly good bikes). It's all a bit absurd and it's almost like he cannot see logic. If you read this post thank you, I needed to talk to someone.
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