I mentioned in a recent post that I would like to get an iPad. A reader sent me a funny e-mail and I knew I wanted to share a version of it as a blog post. I don't know who wrote it, and so the I's and my's are not referring to me. Anyway, here it is, with a little family news at the end of the post.
It all began with an iPhone….
March was when my son celebrated his 15th birthday and I got him an iPhone. He just loved it. Who wouldn't?
I celebrated my birthday in July and my wife made me very happy when she bought me an iPad.
My daughter's birthday was in August, so I got her an iPod Touch.
And so naturally in September for my wife's birthday I bought her an iRon.
I reminded my wife how well the iRon can be integrated into the home network with the iWash, iCook and iClean. It was about then that the fight started….
Which led me to the iHospital…. iHurt!
This e-mail reminded me of a picture I had seen a while back. Women's libbers might not find the preceding humorous, but they might see the iRony in the following picture.
My wife, who iRonically enjoys ironing and many other domestic chores (doubters can see her blog post on ironing), retired on July 1. The next day we left for Ohio and Michigan to see family in both states. When we arrived at our daughter Megan and son-in-law Jim's house, we were surprised to see the t-shirt grandson Drew was wearing:
Megan is expecting baby #2 sometime in the early spring. This is considered a high-risk pregnancy, and she has been to the doctor several times and has already had her first ultra-sound. She has another one scheduled for the week she returns home from visiting us this week. Needless to say we were all thrilled by this news and would appreciate your prayers for a strong healthy baby and a safe delivery.
Well, that's it for this week, my kind readers. Keep sending me great stuff!
"Sometimes God removes the feeling of His presence so that we can learn the fact of His presence." — Thurman Wisdom
Does freedom of the press mean no-iron clothes?
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