But I also feel like I am not getting my full money's worth of discgolf. I can practice in the field for hours without getting bored the slightest, our causal rounds are good, but once we are done, I want to hit the field or play another round.. I want to play tournaments (usually requiring getting up at 7am on saturday mornings, not her cup of tea) and spend a lot more time playing than she does. So my question is how have other people in my situation handled it?
Please share your experiences.
keltik wrote:I think ZAM had the right idea.
dgdave wrote:Listen to ZAM.
i post things at facebook.com/PostIDjsun3thousand wrote:zam is already in your pants.
Beable wrote:I don't understand your question. If you want to go play and your wife doesn't...then take care of whatever your responsibilities are at home, and then go without her. Why does it matter whether she wants to play tournament golf, if you want to?
Banjar wrote:The way I see it, one of my responsabilities is to spend time with my wife (we have been together for 3 years and got married only 2 months ago..). If i spend my weekend leaving the house saturday morning, coming home in the evening and then leave again sunday morning and returning late afternoon, I would be afraid to develop animosity towards discgolf in her.
Jhern, sounds like you have it pretty sweet! Good for you
sunspot wrote:Ya'lls wives do stuff outside the kitchen? The only "disc" my wife throws is a plate with food on it when see tells me "here's dinner, hun". Men are meant for disc golf, women for the kitchen.
Naws, for realz. My wife is too busy with other things to come out and play. Once my children get a little bit older I'll make disc golf a family affair.
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