My husband is the king of sending picture and video messages via his iPhone. Sometimes, it is great because I am at work and I get to see pictures of the fun things that my husband and son are doing together. Other times, Angry Husband likes to comment on chores I may have not finished, or certain purchases I have made.
I recently purchased a new planner, which was personalized. I knew that the planner wasn’t cheap, but I ordered it anyway. I have been very good with my purchases lately, so I treated myself. I checked the FedEx tracking yesterday, and saw that it was “out for delivery”. I had to leave for work around 11am, and FedEx had not come yet. I already knew from prior experience that, this was a bad omen. Sure enough, I got a picture message later in the night.
This was added underneath the picture message, “$60 W-T-F”.
So that was NOT one of my finer moments in life. Note to self: Mail higher priced items to work, or tell them to not include actual purchase prices on receipt. Not that I would ever lie about something like this.
A few days ago, Angry Husband and I were discussing some of the left over child-proofing devices that we still had intact within the house. Angry Kid was a very smart baby, and somewhat ninja-like. This kid could figure out everything. We had to flip the deadbolt on our access door between the house and garage, because he kept getting out, and would open the garage door. Angry Husband agreed that it was time to flip the deadbolt back to the original position. I removed the key from the garage side of the door, and placed it on the hook in our kitchen. Well, I just went to work after that.
Angry Husband walked to get Angry Kid from school, and left through the garage. I think that somehow on his way out, the interior twist-lock got turned and locked the door. Well, when they came back, the door was locked. Angry Husband and I rarely use our keys and mostly go through the garage. Well, luckily, Angry Kid is still somewhat of a ninja, because I received this video, via text, once again.