So you know my mom wife sister, father in law and brother and a few friends know I don't believe anymore. Otherwise I'm relatively quiet about nonbelief. About a month ago during a small family cookout my wife said "Can we go ahead and bless the food" and looked at me. I said grace and after everybody left I told her how insulting I thought that was for her to bring me back in their invisible friend game. She claims that she was just hungry and lord knows you can't eat until the food is blessed. So that was strike one. Strike two was during a family gathering where I kept rolling my eyes at her as family made religious comments. She whispers "I'm going to bring IT up" to threaten me. She does this because she is too ignorant of scripture and religion to even respond to anything and some family is better versed in scripture so she wants to Summon the help of someone who has answers. I quit with the jokes and made a mental note of the event. Strike 3 was thanksgiving dinner when her dad showed a Christian movie (still in dvd case) to her and in front of everyone she slides it over to me and says "You need to watch this" so I chuckled and under my breath I wanted to punch her lights out. So about 5minutes later black Friday comes up and she asked me (again in from of everyone) if I plan on doorbusting and black Friday shopping at Lifeway Christian Stores. Someone then asked if I shop at lifeway. I said "no and my wife doesn't either so I don't know why she even said that. I'm surprised she even knows what the store is considering that she's never been. " her rebuttal was something like she did go about a year ago on an occasion but it did put a little bit of egg back on her face. I'm not one to air dirty laundry but I was saddened. We all got a good laugh but I couldn't help but feel a little betrayed. I didn't speak to her for the remainder of the visit and in the car brought up how this is four times that she has done that . Of course there was denial over any of it and that if anything came across that way it was unintentional. Then the tears came and pity party over how difficult it is for her. Blah blah blah. The next morning she apologized (which I took as a an admission of guilt) so we made up and things have been fine since. I'll give further stories later on. Whew!