Friday, September 7, 2007

Love Is...Climbing a Ladder 20 Feet and 3 Inches High

Do you know how much DH loves me?


He loves me this much:

18 comments:

  1. he loves you a lot. what a man.

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  2. that bottom photo has a very nice stalker vibe to it....

    but he must, I know I cant stand ladders

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  3. He must.... I share his fear of heights. And to do it in thongs, ops, I mean flip-flops.
    The Neighbor

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  4. Michal,

    Yes he does!! Now I can dry a load jeans in under two hours!!! WOO HOO! I told him this totally changes the laundry.

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  5. Pope Terry,

    DH can't stand heights either. Which makes this extra special. Maybe I'll have to blog about our visit to the World Trade Center...

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  6. The Neighbor,

    Can you believe we used to always call them thongs? What were we thinking?

    Climbing a ladder in flip flops goes back to the rule breaker post. That is serious rule breaking right there.

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  7. Ummm.....my friends husband got one of his toes chopped off by doing exactly what dh is doing.
    He loves you more than his toe...thats love!

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  8. b.,

    For real? That is awful. And one mroe reason why DH should wear work boots when climbing ladders. But don't hold your breath for that to happen.

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  9. What's he doing up there? It better be satellite or something good like that.

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  10. oooooooh, did you eat at the windows on the world restaurant? That was my favorite!! It made me feel so small.

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  11. b.,

    Way better than a satellite...He cleaned out the dryer vent - dead bird eggs and all! It was disgusting! But fast drying laundry rocks my world!

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  12. b.,

    We did not eat at that restaurant. Dang!

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  13. We call thongs (the underwear) 'G strings', theres a joke why but its hideously bad. So all us aussies still call them (the foot attire) thongs, the correct name for them.

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  14. I like your humour.
    Good idea for pictures...

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  15. Pope Terry,

    Thank you. They are thongs! I don;t know whta made the Gen Exers in the US think they could up and change the name after all this time!

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  16. Château-Gontierdailyphoto,

    Humor? There is nothing funny about DH pulling dead bird eggs and nest clumps out of a dryer vent 20 some feet in the air. This is a dirty and dangerous job! ;)

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  17. You are brilliant. And THAT, dear Debbie, is why I am delighted that you post pictures on your blog.

    Tra-la, tra-la, the Duchess of Utah is using her camera just the way I wanted her to.

    Sings and dances off stage!

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  18. David,

    I knew you'd like the photos, but I didn't know how much you'd like them until now.

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