As Erin has asked for more humour in the blogs I've resurrected an old golfing joke which I hope you haven't seen before and that you'll enjoy. Perhaps, I should state at the beginning that I don't play golf so forgive any technical errors.
A man and his wife were playing a round of golf together. It was also their fifteenth wedding anniversary and they were planning a quiet celebratory dinner that evening, just the two of them.
About half way around the course the man puts down his club and says to his wife, "It's our anniversary today and I love you dearly."
"That is so sweet of you darling," she replies.
"There is something which has been playing on my mind for several years, and I can't cope any longer with it. I need to share it with you." He hung his head in shame as he spoke and a tear was seen to run down his cheek.
"Of course dear," said his wife in a concerned tone putting her hand on his shoulder.
"I have been unfaithful to you on two occasions, both when I was away on a long business trip and I missed you and your wonderful body so much. It was just sex, but the guilt has stayed with me ever since. I wish I had never done it and I promise I will never ever do it again. Can you find it in that gentle, caring heart to forgive my selfish stupidity?"
His wife hugged him to herself and kissed him. "It's all right dear, I forgive you and love you."
They embraced and kissed. "I do love you," he said.
"I have a little secret of my own," she said blushing.
"You've been unfaithful too?" he blanched with shock at this possibility which was beyond him.
"No dear, I've never been unfaithful to you," she said reassuringly.
"Thank God for that," he said,"I couldn't have coped with that." Somewhat relieved he said, "So what is this little secret, my pet?"
"Well it's the reason we don't have any children and never will."
"Oh my sweet," he said, "We have each other, you are all I need."
"I need to tell you my love," she said.
"I'm sure it will be okay," he said, "but as this seems to be an appropriate time for confessions, perhaps you had better tell me."
They held hands and looked into each others' eyes. "I don't know how to say this, but two years before I met you, I had a sex change. I used to be a man."
Her husband looked shocked, went white in the face and let go of her hands. Next he went to her golf bag and began flinging her clubs all over the course.
Distraught she cried to him, "I'm sorry I deceived you, please forgive me."
"How can I forgive your deceit, you've been driving off the shorter tee for fifteen years!"
I did say it was corny.