Subject: Most helpful Mother in law
The mother-in-law arrives home from shopping to find her son-in-law boiling angry and hurriedly packing his suitcase. "What happened ?" she asks anxiously.
"What happened!! I'll tell you what happened. I sent an e-mail to my wife telling her I was coming home today from my fishing trip. I get home and guess what I found?
Yes, your daughter, my Jean, with a naked guy in our marital bed! This is unforgivable, the end of our marriage. I'm done. I'm leaving forever!"
"Calm down, calm down!" says his mother-in-law. "There is something very odd going on here. Jean would never do such a thing! There must be a simple explanation.
I'll go speak to her immediately and find out what happened."
Moments later, the mother-in-law comes back with a big smile. "I told you there must be a simple explanation: she didn't get your e-mail!"
(An understanding mother in law can be so helpful) (Thanks Buddy!)
A couple posts back I mentioned we transported my mama back & forth between Our house and Jim & Shirl’s. We did not just stack her on the back it was comfortable set us with a lounge chair and covers. I rode in back with her. Mama got a kick out of the trip and we did joke a lot about the Beverly Hillbillies.
Change subject. We are now heading out to the wedding we have been waiting for. Josh our grandson, has found the wonderful lady. She is a nurse and they have fallen deeply in love. She is a beauty and a sweetheart.
Over 30 years ago I was doing a week’s presentation on Long Island, NY. The kids were mostly Haitian and Jamaican. We had a wonderful time. During that time My BIL introduced me to Phoenix Suits. I had NEVER owned an expensive suit. $50 was my limit. So off to the Phoenix Factory. They had seconds for $50. I bought 3. I am not a suit person but in my job sometimes they were required. The Phoenix in 1984-85 sold for $560-$900.(Today’s money that would be much over a $1000)
So I got out my suit for today. One sleeve had mold on it. It has been hanging over 3 years. A damp cloth took the mold off. The pants had NO hangar crease from the long time on the hanger. So I must say there is something to the fabric used in the expensive suit, but I would NEVER pay $500 for a suit.
It also FITS (well a little tight, but I have it on.)
Thanks for coming this way.
Weddings are not high on my priority list due to the hearing problem. But a Navy Chaplain is going to perform the ceremony. I want to go ans see if he orders them to stay together.
Some early vehicles must be seen to believe: