Monday, August 2, 2010

My Son-in-law

I am linking this to Jenny Matlock's Saturday Centus...
Saturday Centus

I just couldn't help myself.

The prompt is in blue again.

My Son-In-Law

I am thankful for a fine son-in-law. They live just catty-corner across the street. My daughter, her husband, and the 3 sweeties. That means alot to me.
Not only is he a good husband and father, but he is also BIG. And strong. And sweet.
He opens jars for me, and checks in whenever a strange car is in the driveway.
All i have to do is call.
But the opening of the jars, thats a biggy. Cause i get MAD and want to throw them.
That's why it means a lot to me, that they live close. 
He keeps me from breaking things.

9 comments:

  1. LOL, oh dear. I guess that's why it would be good to have family living close by, ha.

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  2. MWAHAHAHAHA!!! You're very fortunate!

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  3. Oh Linda, how many times have I wished I had someone close at hand, when my husband is at work, to open jars for me! Not so easy when you live miles from the nearest neighbor! You are most definitely one fortunate lady! :)

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  4. Wow, now THAT'S what sons-in-law are supposed to be! You've sure got yourself a winner, there.

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  5. Agreed. i never feel more feminine and weak than when i am trying to open a pickle jar.

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  6. IT'S GOOD YOU HAVE A SON-IN-LAW TO HELP YOU. hOW MANY JARSHAVE YOU BROKEN, DOES YOUR SON-IN-LAWW PICK UP THE GLASS? HAVE A GOOD DAY. rOSE

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  7. family is so so so so important near and far. Well done.

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  8. Oh, I love this! I love that your son-in-law keeps a watchful gaze over you...and helps you get to the pickles when you really, really need them.

    Thanks for a wonderful link!

    What a joy you are.

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