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My husband is a hardworking man.
He owns his own construction business, and he makes sure that he is fully knowledgeable about everything that is going on in every location that he has people. He doesn’t just go stand around and watch them work, he gets in there and gets things done. He knows that the more people on the job, the quicker it’s going to get done, and the sooner they can move on to another project. It’s not all about the money either. He wants his customers to be happy.
On hot summer days, I know that he is out there really just sweating it out. When he gets home he wants a hearty meal, a cool refreshing drink, and some relaxation. That’s where I step in.
I love to make him these three-cheese stuffed ranch burgers on the grill when it’s nice enough out for it. He can usually eat two of these along with a baked potato or whatever else I do for a side. If he’s happy, and these make him happy, then my job is done!
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