Being a Husband

Saw Knocked Up last night with my girl (who LOVED it by the way), and while there are many, many things I could talk about from that movie, one of the parts that played most deeply for me was the married man, Pete (Paul Rudd), and his difficulty balancing his family life and his own individual sanity. It’s one of those things that I see myself struggling with, more or less, for the foreseeable future, and it was great to see it onscreen, without some happy, cuddly solution presented in the end.

On that note, I leave you with the following terrific comic from Chris Pirillo’s Blaugh:
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