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August 30, 2007



See, Husbands are good for something ;)


It seems Sean has more family traits than even he would care to admit, are you familiar with the story about Grandpa R.P. 'fixin' his shoes when they started lookin' worn and ratty?


Absolutely Hysterical. He does sound like a grandpa. In my family my father is called NoNo and anytime we need something chances are Nono has it in his basement (probably looks a lot like your garage) I remember once a hairdryer of mine broke I called up my father and sure enough he had three extra down the basement that he just happened to fix.
Is clogging like tap dancing?


I must give props to my husband because he is good for lots of things. We have never had to pay a plumber/electrician/any type of contractor for work done at our house. My husband finds a way to fix things and it has saved us some major dough in the last five years.


Oh yes, Papa Dale, I remember. A little spray paint and they look good as new!


I'm guessing Nono and my husband would get along great.

Yes, clogging is like tap dancing only it is done primarily to bluegrass music and the taps are not stationary so the sound is different.


You're still clogging--hey, that's great! Email Kate and get her back in the routine.


When he starts having garage sales at your house every weekend, that's when you start to worry.


Oh - I wish I had a grandpa-husband. My hubby just says "Let's pay someone to do that..." and I grew up in a family where we just did it ourselves... But I digress. GO GRANDPA/HUSBAND! You Rock!

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Very funny.
Sounds like somewhere between my husband, not handy at all and no desire to be (we have never even owned a lawnmower) and yours is the perfect mix. ;)



I'm on it.


Aunt Becky-

We all know that's not going to happen. He can't get rid of anything.



Yeah, I try not to take him for granted. He's probably saved us thousands of dollars in the past several years.


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I'd say there's probably a happy medium between the owner of a cobbler's hammer and someone whose never owned a lawnmower ;)


I live with 3 grandpas. Hubby is in charge of gardening and maintenance. Son #1 handles anything that has to do with technology and handy home repair, and Son #2 golfs!

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