{Husband's Letters}

Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Dear Mrs. Loerke, this weekend you visited one of your favorite flea markets and came home with two pearl snaps for me. Know that I'm blessed by your sharp eye for bargains. Dear Caleb McGuire, it was great playing golf with you on Saturday! We both had some nice shots (and some we would like to forget). Regardless, it was great dude time. Dear Camp Billy Jack's, you were a concept that developed while hanging out with some of my guys. How awesome would it be to make a man camp, one that would teach men everything they need to know about guy things (how to change a tire, measure wood for cutting, basic electrical work, etc.). If there ever was such a thing, I would sign up because my man skills always need improving. Dear Little, this year I might be asking for extra grace as I build up an immunity to sicknesses I catch at the ER. Thanks for feeding me cough drops and cookies.

Over and out,
Tim

What's one skill you think every man should learn how to do?

15 comments:

Hannah J said...

How to drive a washing machine! Every time my Mum is away with business my Dad phones to me to ask me how to run a load in the washing machine! I've not lived in their house for nearly 5 years! Thankfully they have the same washing machine!

Anonymous said...

Play a harmonica! (or other instrument) A man should be able to make some entertainment for his family! :)

Molly Roberson said...

YAY for cookies & cough drops! Dudes definitely should know how to use a hammer & skill saw #sexy.

Heather The Great said...

Pray with his wife. <3

Abbey S said...

Deal with a crying girl.

KB said...

Load a dish washer ... and put hair into a pony tail. Men tasks don't always have to be the typical stuff.

kelley said...

how to cook!

papa said...

Learn not say anything except "I know honey, I know" when their best girl needs to vent after a bad day.

Erin O. said...

Build a campfire. I fell in love with my man over a campfire.... :)

lisadanielleh said...

Drive a stickshift!

Lima said...

Dance. Because life is full of celebrations.

Sally Pepper said...

Know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em. :)

Anonymous said...

The cooll thing is or church does this for our middle schoolers. The girls have a weekend and the boys have a weekend. It is what they look forward to all year!

Emma said...

Grocery shop, iron his clothes, and tie a tie!

Anonymous said...

Change a diaper and distract a tantruming 2 year old. Because parenting is not a 1 gender job.

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