So there I stood. In my kitchen. Listening to the drone. And so ready to spring into action the moment I could.
He had me pinned. When he was in this frame of mind, Tunnel Vision, Inc., there was naught for me to do but to wait until the litany was over for me to even move from the spot my feet were glued upon.
On and on the words poured forth explaining very explicitly how I am to return empty water bottles to our grocery store. I mean are you for real, Hubby?
No matter how many times I attempted to tell him I could manage this task at hand, oh no, he had to in minute detail explain how he does it. The huge and insurmountable job of returning empty water bottles to the grocery store.
Laugh I could not. This man was so intently expressing how he returns water bottles nothing was about to deter him from his goal of educating me. He really believes no one can do a better job then the way he does things because well he is thorough. I have another word for it.
Thank goodness he is not always like this and thank heavens there are not two of us in this house who are anal.
I waited (impatiently) as the litany went on for what seemed an eternity. Finally the man was satisfied I knew exactly how to take back to our grocery store those dang empty water bottles.
And of course when I arrived at the grocery store I did it exactly as I would do it. When I returned home in record time amidst helpless giggles, I couldn’t get over, well truth be told, how simple this all had been … to return those empty water bottles. This big ordeal over nothing never ceases to amaze me. Hubby is able to take the simplest task and make a mountain out of it.
Now enjoy some images I took at Reinstein Woods Preserve Park last week. The lush greens are spectacular this year due to all the rain we’ve had. Have a great day, everyone!!
Photography/”The Litany”/ July 2017©AmyRose