I thought I was finished with my daily dose of blogging (Hubby has certainly unleashed something by suggesting I start) but, being particularly bored today, decided to further test out my new found skills. I know, I thought to myself, I'll look back at Hubby's earlier blog entries. Well this, I must confess, felt a bit naughty, almost like peeping at another persons diary but hey-ho I suppose this information is there for the world and it's wife to view if it so desires.
What I found brought back so many memories and had me both laughing and crying. I was particularly taken with his recall of (A) The day we met -How I hated him, I went home in floods of tears vowing to never go back to work.Thank goodness I did. (B) The day of the non proposal - yes Hubby I'm still waiting and, finally, (C) The day I came home to find him dressed in black stockings, french knickers (red ones at that) and a nuns habit. If it wasn't for him continually complaining that the suspender belt kept "twanging" up his leg and, of course, it being in aid of charity I'd have worried he was enjoying the experience a little too much. How I wish he hadn't already posted those particular photographs - I'll have to dig out some more now.
In any case without getting all nostalgic, and boring people to death in the process, I'd just like to say how glad I am to have entered the world of blogging which proves to hold a lifetime of personal memories along with the opportunity to take a peep, no matter how brief, into the lives of others. That said, can you imagine what will happen when future generations /visitors from other planets (delete as applicable) get their hands on this "living history"? Goodness only knows what they will make of it all - I know I'm still having difficulties.