Low Maintenance Isn’t No Maintenance

I’ve never been with a high maintenance woman. However, I had a girlfriend who was medium maintenance, and that was enough to convince me low maintenance was one of my requirements for a wife.

Low Maintenance Isn't No Maintenance

A low maintenance wife is a great thing, but low maintenance doesn’t mean no maintenance! A low maintenance wife is less likely to make noise when her needs aren’t being met, but that doesn’t mean she is okay with her needs being ignored. Don’t let her easygoing nature fool you into thinking she is okay with anything and everything. 

Your wife is like your car – when you ignore maintenance you can expect a major breakdown at an extremely inconvenient time.

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4 Comments on “Low Maintenance Isn’t No Maintenance

  1. My wife’s first car was a 1984 Pontiac Fiero. Sleek, attractive, underpowered and expensive to maintain. I should have taken that as a warning.

  2. My buddy’s wife got all kinds of offended when I called her high maintenance. Makes me want to go home and hug my wife. Granted, he is quite high maintenance himself.

  3. As a (hubby-described) med-low maintenance wife, THANK YOU!!! My precious husband made a few missteps in the first few years with thinking “low” meant “no”. We needed to have several conversations to find a happy place for us. This is spot on!

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