Dallas is a high crime area. Not only do women take self-defense courses, women try to remain always vigilant, always cautious. So what does it take to make women throw caution to the wind and forget everything they ever learned about personal safety?
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I recently heard the very best line ever! It had me dopey for hours - and then I told my husband.
Here's what happened~I had dashed into a local Dallas grocery store for some milk. 10 min later, a Texas downpour had me aghast. My car was miles across the parking lot. I fidget wondering if I should dash for it.
I'm in shorts, after all, does it really matter if I get soaked?
He: (a warm, masculine voice right behind me) I have an umbrella and if you'll point out your car, I believe I can get you to it dry.
Me: Looking up (seeing the huge umbrella) and then I point - um, there. It's the blue one.
He: Let's go ...
We dash together, reach the car, and he opens the door.
I'm in, dry and grateful. Smiling up my appreciation at this wonderful handsome fellow.
Me: Thank you so much!
He: (right before he closes the door) No problem. Glad to do it...after all, sugar melts....
OMG!!! -SUGAR melts - was that the best line ever?!?!? I was utterly charmed to my toes. Home and in a happy daze, the dopey feeling stays with me until my husband is home from work. I had to tell him, of course I did. Served him right for always taking me for granted, anyway.
Hubby: And if he had been a serial killer, you'd be dead right now.
T h u d.Awww, I noticed my hubby tucked an umbrella in my car- my true hero!