I get the milk from the refrigerator. The cap on the milk is one of those "push and turn" child-proof types. What was Kroger doing to their milk now? Don't they want kids to get into it? That's when I looked at the "Fat Free" cap again.
Apparently my husband switched the caps last night (since he takes his pills with milk). Didn't know if I should be worried or not. I decided to laugh instead. When I told him what he had done, he said "Oh! That's why it was so hard to put the cap on the milk," and laughed along with me.
I'm sure glad Kroger isn't putting child-proof caps on their milk. What a pain to get off!! But should I worry about my husband? This is the same man who, after the Steelers won Super Bowl XL, stated he wanted to get a Super Bowl shirt, but they only came in extra large. After I busted out laughing, I had to explain to him that the XL wasn't for the size.
He knew that - he truly did. Just not at the moment he wanted to buy the shirt!
Life is never dull with him around!