Friday, May 11, 2012

A Wife's Lessons Learned (The Hard Way)

Lessons Learned:

Never trust your husband's memory (no matter how smart he truly is) when it comes to itineraries. You may find yourself circling the airport terminal waiting for your in-laws to get through baggage claim... a whole 24 hours in advance of their actual arrival.

Upon arriving at your destination, never walk away from the car until you are completely certain your husband (and driver) has locked the car... and turned of the engine.

{ my Doc Husband, if you're reading this, I understand these things happen because your mind is at the hospital with your patients. I'm so happy I have a sense of humor about these types of things. Aren't you?...}


  1. Must have a sense of humor for those situations! I never trust my husbands memory either (because if I do, it's at my own risk...)

  2. I love your sense of humor. I do this sometimes, but I try to explain that my brain is just too full of important knowledge that I can't remember all the little things. hehehe Just hopping over from the May Day Blog Hop and am now following you. I would love for you to link any of your posts to my first ever Blog Hop. Hope to see you there:)

  3. I just love your posts!! I just passed on an award to you! Come to my blog and check it out!

    Tara @

  4. HA! Maybe you can tell your in-laws about how you were so excited to see them, you actually came to the airport early to wait? :)

  5. Oh my word, my doc SO is so scatter brained sometimes it's ridiculous. I feel better knowing it's not just him but I feel bad for us for having to put up with it!

  6. Oh yes, Kellie has done this too.

  7. LOL! For my daugthers 2nd birthday my cousin arrived a day early, it so happens there was also a little girls party going on in the same place. She sat down ate and then notice she didn't know anyone there. LMBO


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