Wednesday, August 20, 2008


 My husband and I know so little about computers that we shouldn't even own them. The same goes for cars, and probably houses. Our PC is currently AWOL. I have no idea how to fix it. I'm afraid trying will only make it worse. 

One of our cars needs to be fixed before winter. (Oh, winter, stay away). 

Then my father-in-law visits and says that I need to get my husband (his son) to fix something that is wrong with our front door. When I tell my husband he says, "How on earth do you fix that?" I shrug. I have no idea either. 

So just what are things we should own, given our areas of expertise?
Him?: Any and all camping / hiking equipment. Funny how he can take all that apart and put it back together. He also does OK with his bike and his trombone. He wants an electric piano just because it won't need tuning. 

For me: a pencil. I get a notebook, too. Maybe.

Other than that, we're pretty inept. 


Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

Can't be too inept, having a baby --early! Woo Hoo.


Note I didn't say what sex baby you had, you can tell us all there.

Damama T said...

LOL! Things don't get fixed around here much, either, but more due to time than anything else. Thank God for the Handyman Connection! Maybe you have a similar company there?