Friday, August 12, 2011

Grateful For... House Hubby

I flew in on my Emirates broomstick from Ireland on Wednesday.
Taught 32 very kind young souls Thursday and Friday.
(They didn't mention my excess undereye luggage once, bless em.)

I am currently nocturnal - without the sleeping in the day part.
Probably more zombie-like than owl-like, I guess.
[Yes, I do know this is a grateful post. I'm getting to that!]

This evening I came home to this :
Seafood Platter For Two & A Half, anyone?
Hoorah Hubby!
Not at all bad for someone who does. not. do. domesticated.
I have no idea how he knew where to find the platter!

Having a temporary house hubby for three days has meant that I could leave Magoo to catch some much needed morning zzzzzzzs while I headed out to work.
No need to sound the alarm and lovingly push a toddler around the house and out the door to care in the wee hours.
It has also meant a Friday night home cooked seafood platter, thank-you-very-much-if-you-don't mind.

Could you be anything but grateful?

Joining Maxabella in gratitude @ Maxabella Loves


Shar :-)

11 comments:

jody said...

Hope you catch up on some sleep over the weekend. that platter looks yum, lucky you! x

Broken Hearted Mummy said...

What a wonderful husband.

Hoping you get some much needed sleep soon.

Aakriti said...

wow...lucky u!! moments like these not only make u feel grateful but also proud to have a hubby like 'him'..;)
http://aakritimalik.blogspot.com/2011/08/gratitude-time.html
Aakriti ..dropping by from Maxabella's place

Hear Mum Roar said...

He did a great job!

Felicity said...

Now that's what I call a grateful hubby - happy to see his wife home and willing to bring out the big guns [ala a seafood platter] to show it.

Hoping you have a wonderful weekend ahead,

xx Felicity

Maxabella said...

What a sweetie, he really pulled out all the stops.

And take note - they can do far more on the domestic front than we ever give them credit for. If I was you I would expect something similar every other week!! He's done it now...x

Seana Smith said...

Hello there, that looks fantastic, well done that dad. Hope you have a good rest over the weekend too, always takes a while to adjust. Take it easy.

Naomi said...

I have a house hubby all the time... well, he works from home. Makes life so much easier, and I am very grateful for it. :)

MaidInAustralia said...

What a lovely platter. Am sure hubby meant well. Glad you made it home safely. xo

Mama of 2 boys said...

What a great hubby you have... but you deserve it for backing up with 2 days of work, you're a marvel! Hope you catch up on your sleep real soon Shar :o) xo

Teresa said...

Looks like someone one missed you - what a great dinner to return home to!