I’m in California on another “vacation” (business trip). My wife is too tired tonight to read through the post and has authorized me to post whatever I want. She suggested summing up Mother’s Day. I was hoping to do something controversial, but decided to use a little discretion.
Someone at work today asked how Mother’s Day went. “What did you do for your wife?” he asked.
“Well, nothing really,” I responded.
“You didn’t do anything?,” he questioned.
“I let my wife sleep in, made her wife bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast and fed the kids. Then I bathed the kids and got them ready for Church. After Church I made them lunch and put them down for naps. After that I did the dishes and some laundry. I made dinner when the kids got up, played with them, and then put them to bed,” I said.
“Well that’s not nothing; that’s pretty good,” the gentleman said.
I thought to myself, “Isn’t that what I do every day? Is that really a Mother’s Day gift?”
I guess the question is: What can you do for your wife when you are already the perfect husband?