God sure blessed me with a wonderful husband. I adore (almost) everything about him! I mean, no man is perfect!
He is my
fixer-upper…if he can’t really “repair” it, he can sure “rig” it up.
He is my yard
man…I help, but the guy is mighty particular about how his grass is cut and
such. When a hurricane hit us (yes, a hurricane here in south GA), he was outside soon as possible surveying the damage to his yard!
He is a good Christian man, but I do have to “remind” him every now and then that the words that just came out of his mouth might not be so pleasing to God.
He is my total opposite…he sees the cup as half full (always!) and I have a tendency to see it as half empty (but I’m working on that). He never gets flustered and calms me down when I’m having a hissy fit.
But one of the greatest things about him is his sense of humor and how he can come up with the craziest things to say. But today he came up with the best one yet. Long story short….I had sold some of my teddy bear collection on Poshmark (My Closet Link), but as I began to pack them up I couldn’t find one of them. I kept them all in the same place so I couldn’t imagine where this one was. Y’all I looked EVERYWHERE…I mean EVERYWHERE. In every drawer, cabinet, closet, bin…literally every nook and corner. I spent ALL AFTERNOON. I never did find that bear…and I was quite upset about it. I don’t remember doing anything with it, and I’m just flabbergasted!
At one point I really lost my cool, and the tears came. My husband then went up in the attic with me to look…I had already looked there 4 or 5 times! Well, we sometimes get squirrels in our attic, and without missing a beat, my hoot of a husband says….
“I think a squirrel got it and sold it into teddy bear sex
slavery!” Of course, that stopped the
tears and I laughed…still don’t know where that bear went but I sure love my
funny husband! (And by no means, do I normally think anything to do with sex slavery is funny...I pray for these people often.)
We’ve been together
since 12th grade…married almost 53 years! I love him beyond measure and hope he’s still
making me laugh for many years to come.
granddaughter painted this for me last year to put in my memory garden (for our
daughter that we lost in 1986). We
finally got it put up this year…I love it.
The garden has a ways to go.
*Her prom was earlier this month…she melts my heart.
*I teach GAs at my church each week. My girls recently did a paper plate weaving project. I did one too! It was so much fun and the girls just loved it. The project went along with lessons on ENDURANCE & PATIENCE😊 I think they learned a little of both.
OF LOVE & BUNCHES OF HUGS to my friend LOIS in KS. She’s in her 90s and was still going strong
until recently she fell and fractured her pelvis. She reads my blog so….Lois, I hope you heal
quickly and your pain will be manageable.
Mind what they say in rehab…they’re gonna love you😊
And LOVE &
all my few readers…hope all is well in your world.