Get over it.
Remember, the devil can use small annoyances to form a teeny tiny wedge between you and your spouse. He can also take that minuscule wedge and turn it into a boulder.
My ex husband, toward the end of our marriage, decided the little annoying things I did were too much for him to take. He used them as an excuse to justify the affair he was having. Yes, this may be an extreme case, but it's enough to make me perk up and take notice. Don't get me started on how afraid I was to leave anything of mine anywhere in this house. I was so scared of getting on David's nerves I couldn't see straight.
But I also learned that one of the most annoying things in the world is paranoia.
So I was failing anyway.
Thankfully David loves me despite my annoyances.
These days David are pretty comfortable with one another. He knows my quirks and I know his, and it's ok. Every night he turns on my fan because I can't seem to remember to do it before getting under the covers, and every morning I put his dirty socks in the hamper. It's a beautiful life we got going on here, and we appreciate getting to know each other's quirks. We've seen the other side, and We'd much rather have a quirky spouse than no spouse at all.
Just food for thought.