You know how they say to be very careful to know exactly who you are texting or emailing before hitting the SEND button. If you are not careful, you can get yourself into some serious trouble! Below is my personal experience with this issue:
INCOMING TEXT FROM BRIAN: I’m bored. I wish I could come home.
MY REPLY: You know, I really wish you would just meet some nice girl then you’d have lots to do. I love you.
Five minutes later the phone rings and it’s my husband calling me from work. I hear him on the other end saying, “What the heck did you just say to me?” OK, so he didn’t actually say “heck.”
What happened here is that my husband’s name is Brian and my son’s name is
(spelled differently). My son was living in Houston at the time. When I got the text message I assumed it was from my son.
When he said he wished he could come home, I thought he meant home to Bryan . So my husband got that text message that was meant for my son. Indiana
Had I looked at the name before sending the text message, this would not have happened. At least this was a comical situation and no feelings were hurt.
My son did move back to
a year ago and came to visit tonight.
I cooked us up some marinated chicken on the grill. If you’ve never tried those
marinades in the bottles, you are missing out! Also felt the need to whip up
some chocolate chip cookies since they are his favorites. Indiana