An Idioms Story for You
Steve is as happy as a cat in a cream factory because his wife has just given birth to a little ankle biter. His new son is a little ripper of a kid and Steve is thrilled to the back teeth. He already has three daughters and now he has a son as well. Steve is of course over the moon. Last night Steve went down to the local rubbiddy for a few beers with his mates. They all congratulated him and drank to the good health of the new baby.
Instead of catching a cab home from the hotel, Steve decided to leg it. It was a cool evening and he thought the walk would be just what the doctor ordered. His mates told him not to walk but he said that it would be apples and that he would be as right as rain. It wasn't far to his house. Steve walked home slowly thinking about his new little son. His new son was healthy and as strong as a Mallee bull and Steve couldn't stop thinking about him. Everything was looking rosy for Steve and his family.
What do these idioms mean?
Can you follow the meaning or not?