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~Beth~ Wife to my Airman Chris, and mommy to: Anthony Nathaniel (8/31/04), Anastasia Fae (8/01/06), Baby C (lost on 10/12/07), David Cillian (7/31/08), Charles George (4/29/10), and Alan Christopher (2/22/12)
Honestly, nothing. I love almost everything about Dan, and the things that might drive me crazy at times have their place. Their absence would undoubtedly change our individual personalities, and in turn, the dynamic of our relationship.
We are almost complete opposites in a lot of things, and therefore perfectly complement each other.
Before I read Racine's answer, I'd already planned on putting nothing. While yes, there are certainly things my DH does that drive me batty at times, they're part of who he is and he is who I fell in love with. It's funny: the longer we're together, the less these things annoy me and the more "cute" I find them. Even the quirky, annoying things that he does make me love him more most of the time.
However... I do wish sometimes he'd see things the way I do. Like he'd see the stuff on the dinner table after we're done eating and just take care of it instead of "waiting until tomorrow" which always turns into me just doing it in the morning because he never got around to it. Sometimes his sense of urgency is a bit lacking...and it would be helpful to me if he just saw things the way I did sometimes.
That his first priority is his job. In his mind he thinks family is his priority and by working so much and never seeing us that is his way of providing. He doesn't see the effects of his absence like I do