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What’s so Peasy About Easy? (standard:humor, 901 words)
Author: GodspenmanAdded: Mar 06 2021Views/Reads: 63/27Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
I’m wondering if maybe that is the reason God gave Adam his Eve.
 



I am nowhere to be found when it comes to crafts, remodeling, and just
plain fixer-uppers. My carpentry skills are nowhere to be found even 
though I've looked for a long time. 

If I try to fix something, I make it worse than it was. Fixing is not my
strong suit. 

On the other side of the parsonage, we have a different scenario. 

If the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage cannot fix something, it
cannot be broken. No matter what it is, it doesn't take her long to 
figure out how to fix it. 

Often she will spend time on the computer searching out a particular
project and getting to know what needs to be done to fix it and get it 
up and running. 

I must say, and this is just between you and me, she has saved me quite
a bit of money by fixing things up that would cost a lot to have them 
fixed at a professional place. If there is something wrong with my 
vehicle, I first present it to my wife. I have yet to find something 
broken in my vehicle that she cannot fix. 

Once there was a fender on my vehicle that was loose and almost falling
apart. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage looked at it, thought 
about it, and then went into the house and got a huge paperclip, 
brought it out, and fixed the fender. That was five years ago, and it's 
still fixed. 

When she fixed it, she said, "Well, that was easy-peasy.” 

She says that every time she fixes something and then looks at me and
smiles. 

The first 100 times she said that, I didn't think too much of it. But as
of late, I've been trying to figure out what in the world she means by 
"easy-peasy.” 

I know I could sit down and ask her to explain it to me. I tried it
once, and she just looked at me, smiled, and said, "Oh, you silly boy. 
You know exactly what I mean." 

I returned her smile even though I had no idea what in the world she was
talking about. 

If I ever find out what the phrase "easy-peasy" means, I may be able to
understand my wife a little better. No matter what she puts her hands 
to do, it's easy-peasy for her. 

This has been a wonderful relationship for us. If there's something I
can break, she can fix it. If there is something that she cannot fix, I 
simply cannot break it. That has made life rather easy-peasy. 

Once in a while, she will ask me to come and help her with something. My
job, of course, is to move something too heavy for her to move. And 
then after I sweat my neck off and move that thing, she will always 
say, "Well, that was easy-peasy, wasn't it?” 

I thought about that for some time and began to realize that sweating my
neck off is what she means by “easy-peasy.” 

The other day I was sitting in my office reflecting on a few things. The
wife was out doing some shopping, so I had some quiet time. Sitting 
there, I looked around and then began to walk through the house, and I 
couldn't believe how many things had her fingerprint on them. 

When something breaks in our home, we don't call a repairman; we just
call Ms. Easy-Peasy who can fix anything and everything. 

Even when the situation calls for the AC technician to come and fix our
AC, she tells him what's wrong and how to fix it. 

The last time the AC technician came and fixed our AC, and as he was
leaving, she said to him, "Well, that was easy-peasy, wasn't it?" As he 
went out the front door, he smiled and said, "Yes, it certainly was." 


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