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When the fire is on, The Husband - quite rightly is very keen (read 'obsessed') with the door being closed to preserve the heat within the living room.He can often be hear booming "DOOR" as me and The Eight Year Old drift thoughtlessly in and out. Fair enough, he makes a fair point.
It's just a shame that the idea of closing the hallway door (which separates the front door from the rest of the house) and using the draught excluders (to keep away the draughts from the front door) doesn't seems to resonate with him in the same way. He denies this paradox of course. This conversation took place between us only this very morning after he'd been to the front door to take receipt of a delivery...
Me - "I think it would be a good idea if we were to keep this hallway door closed and use the draught excluders as vigilantly as we now keep the living room door closed."
The Husband - "Oh come on, I do mostly".
Me (with raised eyebrows, a look I'm particularly fond of) - "Do you really?"
The Husband - "Yes, usually".
Me - "Oh. Then I think the invisible man must be following you around and undoing all of your good work".
The Husband (grinning cheekily) - "Yes, that could be the truth".