Central Plateau, North Island

Central Plateau, North Island
View from a friend's farm

Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Only a Man would get it all So Wrong.

 

From a dear friend to me to you.

It all began  with an iPhone...
March was when our son celebrated  his 17th birthday, and we got him an  iPhone. He just loved it. Who  wouldn't?
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I  celebrated my birthday in July, and my wife made me  very happy when she bought me an iPad. I loved it.

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My wife  celebrated her birthday in September so I got her an  iRon.

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It was  around then that the fight started..
What my  wife failed to recognize is that the iRon can be  integrated into the home network with the iWash, iCook  and iClean.
This inevitably activates the iNag  reminder service.
I should be out of the  hospital next week!! iHurt!!!!
 
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I continue to be so grateful and thankful for all your caring and thoughtful words, Hugh is slowly improving, he still has some pain, and it is always there at 3 a.m. What a time to start my day!!! The crutches stay in the bedroom some of the time, he can drive the wagon ( what a relief, no more… Keep up the revs, look out for the truck, speed up and pass, there’s a place to park!! ) and we are every hopeful that the so called “ quick-fix” might last a lot longer. There is still  so much that he cannot do, and we are very grateful for help from friends and family.

Autumn has turned the cherry tree leaves to gold and bronze, other leaves falling more every day, and daylight hours have shortened so much. Today, sunshine all day, both outside and in my heart,I have so much to be so very thankful for, and you, my friends, make it that way.

Quotation of the day, from Hubert H Humphrey

The greatest healing therapy is friendship and love.

Greetings from Jean

12 comments:

The Furry Gnome said...

Thinking of you; glad things are improving. I like that 'Inag'; seems vaguely familiar somehow....

Julie Fukuda said...

That is so funny! (Said by a person with an iron on its last legs ... or is that foot). I really needed that laugh today and I hope everyone there will be smiling soon as well.

TexWisGirl said...

laughed at the i-products. :)

glad hugh is still doing better. i am hoping it will continue!

Susan Heather said...

So glad to hear that Hugh is continuing to improve.

Razzle Dazzle Quilter said...

Good laugh, thank you!

Jim said...

That was SO funny, Jean!! Poor guy will be in traction for months!! lol

Good thing I have my own iRon here!!Hey, I try.

As you are moving into the Fall season there, we are still having winter in spring here (he said looking out the window watching the snow coming down). Really no complaints....the air is fresh and we are alive and well to enjoy it!

Regards to Hugh and happy he is mending. And how about you Jean? Hope you are looking after yourself too.

Karen said...

A great giggle.

I hope Hugh keeps improving!

Barb said...

Hi Jean, I've been thinking of you both - sure hope that Hugh's major pain will stay away! I know you must be exhausted! Your fall sounds lovely - enjoy it.

Carol Mattingly said...

Loved the iStory. Too funny.

Hopefully that quick fix will longer with Hugh. Sounds like your season is changing there as mine has finally caught on here with Spring. Take dare.

KB Bear said...

Love the iNag story! I'm hoping that Hugh's pain stays far away...

Kathy said...

This was so funny:-) praying for your family. God's will nothing more nothing less and nothing else. Amen

Linda said...

The Inag made me smile. :)