My husband and I are a great fit for one another.
Actually, our compatibility is so complete that it’s quite uncanny; I still can’t believe that this perfect puzzle piece exists or that I ever happened to meet him.
We see eye to eye on everything that would be important for a couple to agree upon, and we differ in the areas that complement each other’s strengths and weaknesses. It’s the closest thing to a perfect relationship that I’ve ever experienced or imagined. The one area we don’t agree upon, however, is the temperature setting in our house. We have very different bodies; mine being somewhat feeble and sickly, and his being quite strong and sturdy. I’m constantly cold and prefer to have a moderately warm indoor air temperature around me throughout the day, whereas he prefers to be in a cool environment and would like the temperature set much lower. This isn’t generally a huge issue, except for the days when we are both working from home and battles over the thermostat settings ensue. Recently, our schedules have changed such that I primarily work from the home office, and he has several days a week when he teaches from the comfort of his studio. We go back and forth fiddling with the temperature control panel all day long, and it has inspired me to look into HVAC options to resolve our issues. I’m pushing hard for zone controlled heating so that we can both have the temperature we need and can stop bickering over such a silly subject as the air quality.