When Harry pulled in, my husband asked if I asked for him
I knew I shouldn’t have laughed, but my husband is always talking about how badly I drive. He thinks it is funny to see me make mistakes, but he doesn’t think he makes any. Last week, he was flustered about something that happened at work. He was pulling into the driveway and angry because I hadn’t parked the car correctly. He readjusted his angle for pulling in. I heard him rev up, but before I could look out I heard a sound. My eyes were closed, and I was waiting for him to start screaming for me. When I looked where the car was rammed into the air conditioning, I lowered my head. I didn’t want him to see the brightness of my eyes, or the laughter I was trying to hold in. With just a hint of sarcasm, I looked at him and asked who was the bad driver now, then ran into the house. He didn’t come into the house for almost an hour, but I knew he was in the car. I called the HVAC company and asked them to send someone out to look at the air conditioning unit. I couldn’t keep from laughing when the secretary asked what happened. I’m sure everyone knew about my husband’s temper and now they knew about his driving into the ac unit. What is really funny, is that his best friend was the HVAC technician they sent to inspect the air conditioning unit. When Harry pulled in, my husband asked if I asked for him. I shook my head and told him no. I guessed it was luck that Harry would be the one to look at the air conditioning unit.