Well lets just say this morning didn’t start out quite like I would have wanted! To start… I had a flat tire this mroning which I did not notice until several miles down the road so I was stranded 🙁 Something you will learn about me is that I get very sick and scared when I am in high stress situations – I called Peter and he came out to help me but by that time I already had a very messy diaper from the nerves! My stomach was all torn apart! It was another hour and a half before the tow truck could come and tow my car and I didn’t even end up getting to work until sometime after lunch! When I got there I THEN Remembered that the stash of diapers that I had kept in my filing cabinet for “emergencies” was no longer there. I had run out several weeks ago and had never gone and refilled it – I am such a procrastinator!!!! Peter being the sweetheart that he is came out with an extra diaper that he keeps in his car for situations such as this and changed me in the bathroom before heading back to work 🙂 I don’t know how he takes care of me the way he does – but he is PERFECT!!! 🙂 But yea.. I just got home from work and NOW i need to find something to make or do that will thank peter for all that he did for me today! He is amazing! hehe

Off to the kitchen…Hugs!.

By | 2008-09-03T16:46:57+00:00 September 3rd, 2008|Uncategorized|6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. WillInTn September 3, 2008 at 7:52 pm - Reply

    That is awful news (about the flat tire and the stress causing you stomach problems). I am glad that Peter was able to take care of you and the situation so well. 🙂

  2. Robert Cain September 4, 2008 at 1:20 pm - Reply

    My wife had a flat tire on Sat. But, I’m 63 and was prepared.
    Get Peter these
    A 2 ton hydraulic Jack – Pep Boys < $20
    A t-Bar lug Wench about $10
    A wheel and tire from a junk yard 15 to 30
    I had my wife back on the road in under 8 minutes

    We went to Blowing Rock last week, it was so nice.
    A good day trip is 181 to Brown Mountain Beach Rd then 91 Wilson Creek Rd. Take a Swimsuit T water is cold and deep and crystal clear

  3. Richard September 5, 2008 at 3:42 pm - Reply

    Hi

    Wouldn’t it have been better to return home after getting a messy diaper rather than heading to work – surely the smell must have been a bit noticeable to your colleagues when you finally got there. Just how do you manage to keep things secret.

    Richard

  4. William January 28, 2010 at 7:47 am - Reply

    Thats awesome he took care of you. That is Something i would love to do.

  5. annabananastarshine July 3, 2010 at 4:17 am - Reply

    Kicking it in poopy diapers for hours again “aMANdrian”? I bet you had a hard time!

  6. A.J. March 25, 2014 at 2:18 pm - Reply

    This reminds me about a similar situation back in 2005. It started out as any saturday would you know wake up, get changed, eat breakfast and then of course cartoons. Well as the day went on me my dad and little cousin 3 yeers old and me being 16 at the time left with my granddad to his house to help replace the motor in my dads truck. We got it replace rather quickly and did a pretty good job doing it. We left his house with the truck on a flatbed truck to have a wheel put on the rear passenger side got it put on and left. About 35 minutes into the drive we heard a pop from the rear passenger wheel and then it happened! The wheel came off and the truck started sparking down the road. My dad managed to stop the truck safely but the damage was done, it scared the crap out of me and my cousin literally. Lets just say the goodnight I was wearing weren’t made for the mess I did my cousin’s mess wasn’t as bad. The worst part was no there was no change with us which sucked as the smell wasn’t that great, but thankfully my mom showed up and picked me an my cousin up and took us back home. It was quite a surprise and a laugh for my mom to see what I had done. She said it was the biggest mess I ever did and she still talks about it today.

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