We were outdoors at a memorial service over the weekend and in spite of shady tents it was very hot. We were next to a corn field and there was no breeze. After two hours my husband (who does not have pmr) turned to me and said if we don't get out of this heat I am going to have a flare! I laughed and said a flare of what? Maybe he was going to shoot off like a bottle rocket? But we now have a common language and he was telling me he was taking care of himself and the heat was getting to him. We left shortly there after ❤️
My husband has the lingo down after 2 1/2 years! - PMRGCAuk
That is so funny. I have never heard of that expression prior to this site. But of course I had never Heard of PMR 14 months ago.
Like it! Shows he's learnt something - and maybe it was his way of communicating that he understood this wasn't doing YOU any good.
He sounds lovely bunnymom xx
My OH thinks he’s getting PMR sometimes. 32 years doing everything together I expect, bless!
Poor guy I hope not. I would hate to be on the other side with my spouse
Ah, bless, maybe he was having sympathy pains!!
Gave me a good giggle that!
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