GAH, what a week it’s been!
Mom was taken to the ER, transferred to another medical facility, had an emergency operation, and was released from the ICU yesterday.
And watching a central line be removed… I suddenly remembered that I usually have sudden bouts of vertigo when witnessing medical stuff like that. How embarrassing if I were to hit the floor as a visitor to the ICU? Would all you nursing friends please tell me how to quit that?
I realize that it’s time for some funny. And the blog has been sorely neglected and deserving of funny. But do y’all realize that someone unfollowed me during this crazy time? I’d call you out, except that, obviously, you’re not around to be scolded, hee hee :) For shame, for shame.
(And yup, I’m just as confused as you… never thought Bieber would be on the blog.)
Thanks for sticking around. Chemo and radiation start this week – those prayers, we could really use them. Thank you for the amazing support. My email has been overflowing with kind words of encouragement that make me cry.
And now for the short and sweet funny for this week’s True Story Tuesday. Brought to you by none other than the barely-still-four-year-old.
BUT I HAVE TO MAMA! I HAVE TO!
You know, sometimes there is just no preface for some of the things kids say. They just jump right in and blurt out whatever randomosity is on their mind.
For some reason, bathtime seems a most perfect time for the things that qualify as “I’m so glad you didn’t say that in public, honey!”
And the other night was no different. Sitting in his tub full o’ suds, Itty Bit looked thoughtfully my feet as I sat by the door tinkering with my phone (turning the blasted auto-correct off, thankyouverymuch).
(very seriously, vewwwwy seeeweeouswy)
I can’t stop eating my boogers.
What did you just say?
I can’t stop eating my boogers, Mama.
(Aint gonna lie - my mind totally went back to this)
Honey, yes you can.
No I can’t!
Honey, just don’t pick your nose. And don’t put them in your mouth.
But…Mama, I have to! I HAVE to!
And finally, the guffaw I was choking on made good its escape and I heartily laughed at him.
Actually, I really and truly laughed with him.
Love that kid!
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