Tuesday, 28 July 2009

My Hubby the Hero

At pilates class last night, I found out that Mel, my instructor and lovely new friend, has got car trouble.
On her arrival back to Newquay Airport, after a week in London, her car had broken down and was stuck up there on the car park.

I, of course, offered Paul's services, as I thought it sounded like something that had happened to my car a few years ago.
This evening, all three of us headed off up to the Airport to have a go at jump starting her car, and hopefully getting it back to Portreath to be checked out and repaired, if necessary, by a garage.

As Paul had checked the amp age on the battery, (another man gadget is used), Mel looked on in horror in case it couldn't be fixed.

Then the jump leads came out and got hooked up to each car.

Paul then asked me to hold the revs on his car at 2000rpm, to ensure a good transfer of power to Mel's poor, very flat, car battery.

Success, within a couple of minutes, her little car was up and running, and we were headed off to the pay point to get our tickets authorised for exit from the car park.

On the way back, Mel found a new colourful friend (who she maintains has never been there on her past visits), and she got a little friendly with it!

... and if it wasn't her doing this it would have been me!

The drive back to Portreath and Redruth was uneventful, and as her little car seemed OK, we went on to the chippy for some supper, before heading home.

Well done Paul, I know you can never let a damsel in distress go un-aided, and you came through once more!


melanie said...

you are both super funny...great cow shot! love you both..thank you loads & loads..xx

Joanne said...

LOL - You do make me laugh! x

Bug said...

Haha, that was great and what a sweet husband!!

sally-ann said...

I always knew that Paul was Superman - now I know for certain that he is! Just wondered why he wasn't wearing his pants over his trousers!!:-)

JK said...

Clever hubby! What would we do without them?? You've been tagged on my blog :)

Lori E said...

What fun to see the same template that I use. Great minds think alike and I won't finish that statement.

My husband who I refer to as my BB (big burly)is always the one who gets to save the motorists in distress.

Glad you could appreciate the hard working road crews we have over here in British Columbia. If I (although that is imminent I mean my car) were to break down I would make sure it happened right where these guys were working.