Alpha Man put in a very long day on the lake working Disabled Sports, which he’s been doing several weekends every summer for fifteen years now. He came home completely sun and wind burned. Day two, I forced him to wear sunscreen and a hat, which just happened to be a Giants hat. Oh and I have I mentioned he’s half deaf? This is how just one of our many of our conversations went:

Alpha Man: I look ridiculous.

Me: You look like a Giants fan.

Alpha Man: Good, because I am a vagina fan.

Me: No, I said … you know what, never mind.

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  1. I’m the one with the hearing loss in our family…my life is constantly hilarious as I miss hear things people are saying. I’m always laughing at the things I think I hear!!!

  2. Please encourage him to have his ears checked and get hearing aids if they will be helpful. Everything I read encourages people to get hearing aids (if they will work for them) as soon as they have problems The longer he waits the harder they will be to use.

  3. Y’all have provided me with a wonderful laugh. :yahoo: And you are darn lucky to have one another.

  4. πŸ˜† You & Alpha Man are a priceless pair. Thanks for giving me a needed laugh this morning. πŸ™‚

  5. My dad was half deaf also and refused to admit it. He finally had to get a hearing aid just a few weeks before he died. Hopefully Alpha Man will not wait that long. Just think about all the words he is miss hearing. :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:

  6. Isn’t called selective hearing.. That’s the way my mom always referred to it. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  7. I believe Alpha Man may just be my husband’s twin separated at birth….I swear I feel like you’re a fly on the wall at my house!!

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