Today I had to call my husband about the rental car the kids and I need for our trip. Because of the 4th, I cannot pick it up on Sat at 9am and we wanted to leave earlier than that. Anyway, when I asked him if we could squeeze another $110 out for the extra 2 days, he replied, " I don't know hon, we're pretty tight with what I already gave you". Key word here is "hon". Now I'm trying not to read anything into this word of endearment, but he hasn't called me that in months. Especially since he left. Do you think it's just habit from years of saying it, or is he softening towards me? Remember my new approach - although he's only come over once since I decided to try this, it did go well.
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