This story takes place on a Monday, in a cold country, in Florida, It is a mid-summers day at high noon. Not too hot, not too cold.
There is a man in this picture. He is very frightened! He’s burning up! He’s awfully hot!
Or maybe he’s performing in front of a large crowd. He’s entertaining.
Maybe he is The Rescuer Husband. He is jumping into the water after his wife Sally, she is a wonderful woman. He will swim to shore. He doesn’t know if his wife can swim or not, but she can hold onto the back of The Rescuer Husband and he’ll swim to shore with her.
Will she be alive? You bet your life!
They’ll get to shore and dry off. Sally is wearing a pale grey dress, but the dress is very wet when she gets out of the water. They are both tired. She had milk before they went swimming, she didn’t need the water, because she wasn’t thirsty. Think about it! If you’re not thirsty, you’re not looking for water. Milk is better, but they’ve got no milk there. They are so hungry! They are going to get something to eat. They are going to invite all their friends – isn’t that nice?
How in the world did he ever do that?
Every husband should do that, if he loves her, he does it automatically!