Friday, October 8, 2010

Handy Honey

I don't always get it right away - the way my husband's brain works.  Actually, 20 yrs. after we said "I Do" most of the time I don't understand how he thinks, but that might be a good thing.  God made our brains to work differently and I'm just so grateful for that. 

He's a thinker.  When I ask him a question, he doesn't answer right away and sometimes that leads to frustration on my part.  I feel that I have to go at warp speed or get an answer when I ask it.  I have learned that he really doesn't want to know each detail of what I need to tell him.  He would have been a good  Dragnet detective because he wants "Just the facts, ma'am", so when I start to tell him something, this little voice goes off in my head that reminds me "Just the facts, or you'll lose him."  I must admit that sometimes he looses me on what he's doing or planning. 

So last month  when a set of locking wheels showed up in a Lowes bag with a small pile of boards, I was curious.  I couldn't grasp we needed or didn't need or even WHERE we were going to put his new project.  "You'll see" was all I could get from him.  So I went back to my sewing, going out from time to time to see what was going on and this is what I found

So what was it??????

 My sweet husband built me a rolling cabinet to put all of our school books in so I wouldn't have to tote the crate and bag from room to room each morning!  I just LOVE that guy!  This is one of those weekend projects that I use every weekday!  I keep the student books organized in the crate and all my teachers books, crayons, and cds or DVDs used for this year below. 
Crate and bag: Very heavy

My very own Book Mobile!
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