Sunday, February 27, 2011

A Happy Relationship!

Living in a motor home with one car can be difficult at times. I'm working away from the campground and I  take our only  car to work. TC is left alone. He takes care of the campground. Today when I left work, I noticed that the tire on the front of the drivers side was a bit low. I panicked and of course I called TC. I'm a girl what else would I do? He told me to go to a gas station and fill the tire with some air. I went to a gas station and attempted to fill the tire with air. I took off the little black air thingy on the tire plug and put the air in hose on it and stood back waiting for the tire to get bigger, it didn't happen. I finally figured out you had to hold the air thingy to the tire and press the handle all at the same time. I actually had to get on my hands and knees and get my hands all black. YUCK!   After many tries I got the dang thing working. I made it home safe and sound. TC is going to make sure the tires are in good working order before we have to travel again.


TC and Gail in a very happy relationship........
I came home and found our motor home vacuumed and cleaned, and the laundry done. I have the best "house husband" in the whole world. Isn't life wonderful?

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Thanks for reading, life is good.............


8 comments:

Happytrails said...

That is what makes for a really great marriage!!

Lynilu said...

giggle! You are SUCH a girl!!

Sue and Doug said...

I agree..such a girl..but I hate putting air in the tires too...dirty hands..yuk!!

Merikay said...

A very lucky girl! A husband who helps out is worth a bundle! Young modern men do, but not my old codger!

Donna K said...

What a partnership!! That sounds like a marriage made in heaven LOL!

Rick and Paulette said...

Those gas station air hoses aren't the easiest things to operate - even for a lot of guys!!

Chuck and Anneke's RV travels said...

Funny! Honestly, I am not sure my better half could get air in a tire at a gas station without being talked thru it :(

pidge said...

I guess all of us girly girls need to learn about tires and such. I was the laugh of game night, when I tried to explain a tool that Donnie needed to borrow to change tires on our RV. Donnie wasn't there, and me trying to explain had them rolling in the isles.... :)