Monkey see, monkey do.

My hubby and her sibling are twins.

Even though they are both married and have families of their own, they are still truly close.

If my hubby has something she needs done, she calls her sibling. If Tom needs something done, she will call my hubby. It’s just how it is. My mother-in-law says it is a case of monkey see, monkey do. I just call it not being able to do anything by yourself. Last week, I told my hubby that there was a problem with our heating system. I thought she would either ask me to call the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C dealer, or she would call. The first thing she did was to call her sibling and ask him to come over on the weekend. She said she had a service to be made to the heating system and she needed her help. I called my sister-in-law and asked her if she was coming over with him, and she said no. She wanted nothing to do with seeing that pair toiling with any genre of Heating, Ventilation, and A/C equipment. I told her I understood how she felt, and asked if she wanted to go shopping. I figured the least every one of us could do was get out of the way and let the numerous boys play with the heating system, while every one of us went shopping. Both of us knew that when every one of us got home, every one of us would actually have to call the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation to have the heating system properly repaired. I suppose every one of us spent nearly as much money as what the new heating system was going to cost, but every one of us had fun. Both of us didn’t need to call the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation when every one of us got home, because my hubby already had.


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