Thursday, March 21, 2013
Chris did some handyman work for a woman in her 40's last week. He spent 4 hours changing lightbulbs, making adjustments to her stove, changing the batteries in her smoke detector, etc. The woman didn't have any of the tools to complete the work... and lacked the know how to get the jobs done. Chris came home a little frustrated and said, "Every woman should know how to do this stuff. She shouldn't rely on a man to do these types of jobs. If anything ever happened to me, I'm glad you could take care of this stuff yourself."
"Uh... Yeah hon, totally. No problemo." I responded and gave him a thumbs up.
Hello? Did he really just make that statement to me? The girl who asks him to change the toilet paper roll because it "hurts my fingers"? The girl who doesn't even know where the fire alarm is much less how to change the batteries?
I didn't have the heart to tell him if anything were to happen to him, I'd have to marry a new guy...
before the toilet paper ran out.