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Monday, May 17, 2010

~ YOU NAUGHTY NAUGHTY BOY ~

Sunday afternoon, all is calm and sunny, then DH hollers from the garage *Honey~I got you something*!  My mind raced ~ Flowers?  Chocolates?  Silk?  Noooo, I turned from my monitor and he offered up this cute 'lil guy!  He was so pretty, about the size of a slice of white bread, but what looong claws he has.  Looks like he's a bit of a scrapper 'cause there's a chunk missing from his underside.  No fear, he's been returned to his pond to rejoin his like-minded slow pokes, let's hope stays out of the road this time and behaves himself:)  This rescue behavior is typical of my very sweet and gentle DH, who only once very quietly admitted *I like most animals more... than most people*.  Sounds like a man who truly knows himself, don't you think?


Has your DH ever brought something home that was a little different?

Tootles, Sue


 

6 comments:

  1. I'm the animal rescuer in our family, but...my husband rescued me and my son when our prospects were very dim. Poor man now has two mutts to look after (us).

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  2. That's so sweet of your hubby. He sounds like a very sweet guy. The little turtle -- so neat! We have lots of them around us too.

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  3. That was so nice of your husband! He does sound like a really sweet guy.

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  4. Ohhh Sue, you have such a darling husband!!! That is sooo very sweet of him that he saved the little turtle. You are very lucky to have a man like this! :)))

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  5. What a sweetie ~ your DH! It's a beautiful painted turtle he found.

    My dad once brought me home a mole in a bucket of dirt. Does that count?

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  6. After all the recent rains here, I've seen dozens of turtles on the road. Unfortunately, they have all been at a spot where it wasn't safe for me to pull over & transport the critters to the other side of the road. :( I'm glad to see your DH has saved one.

    :) Betty

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