Five years after my wife, Julia, and I were married, we received our final wedding gift – an ice-cream maker. In an attempt to cover procrastination with humor, the friend who sent it included a note: “I wanted to make sure the marriage would last.”
Julia wasn’t amused, but she thought the present deserved a thank-you note anyway, which she dutifully sent five years later.
Her note read: “I wanted to be sure the ice-cream maker would last.”
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