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I’m trying something new…

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Found Friday fragments over at Half past kissin’ time and decided to give it a go myself…

— I’m smaller than you’re average mom. Seriously, on the height charts I’m the size of a third grade boy, but I have good posture and carry my weight well. It’s hardly noticeable (you can stop laughing now). Earlier this week there was a knock at the door.

Obnoxious perky college student: Oh! Hi! is your mom home?!

Unamused me: I am the mom

OPCS: Right on! *high five, clap, little jump* Well, have you ever heard of the BBC…

She was selling magazines. I never think quick on my toes. I should have said “No, I’m not allowed to talk to strangers” and shut the door.

— On the way to the library, I heard a giggle from the back seat. I turn to see Simeon had opened and dumped his entire bowl of snack cereal on his head. Seriously?! I pretended to be mad, but I was laughing on the inside.

— Leo comes home in approx. 9 hours. He’s been gone approx. 73 hours. 48 hours. is as long as I can stand him being gone. I can NOT wait until he gets home. *note it took approx 3.5 hours for me to do all that math.

— Simeon has visitation today. This should really be saved for a whole post. Look for more on this later.

— I got a little misty eyed at The Office wedding last night. Now I’m embarrassed.

— When I was a kid, I would take my mom’s razor in the bathtub, and shave the thinnest layer of skin off my thumbs. It felt daring and dangerous. I have no idea what made me remember that.

Well, those weren’t very interesting. I’ll try it again next week. I’m sure there’s better fodder in my life Β than this, I just have to keep my eyes and ears open. How ’bout you give it a try?

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About Monica

Christ following, husband loving, children hugging foster and adoptive mama.

6 responses »

  1. Don’t worry about being interesting. We’re just glad you joined the party. πŸ™‚

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  2. I never had the problem of being mistaken for a kid… even when I was one *L*

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  3. Fun fragments! Welcome to the party! πŸ™‚

    Heh, next time you’ll know when someone wants to speak to ‘your mom’ that you should jut pretend you’re the kid to get rid of them… πŸ˜‰

    It’s hard to keep a straight face and pretend to be mad when a kid does something they’re not supposed to, but it’s too funny… πŸ™‚

    You shaved SKIN off your thumbs with your mom’s razor? I remember ‘borrowing’ my dad’s razor once before I was ‘allowed’ to shave my legs…still have the nice scar where I nicked a nice chunk of skin on my shin in my hurry to be secretive… πŸ™‚

    Happy FF! πŸ™‚

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  4. That is too funny about the height thing. My hubby always feels so self conscious because he’s a good bit shorter than I am…I avoid wearing heels around him though lol. I used to know a teacher who was about the height my 10 yr. old son is now…but she was awesome!

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  5. Sounds goofy, maybe, but I really loved the fragment about using your mom’s razor to shave your thumbs. I think maybe it’s because we can all remember doing something with our mom’s stuff at one time or another. I can’t really articulate why the way I want to, but I loved that fragment.

    I like your writing style and personality. Thanks for joining in this week.

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  6. Oh my gosh, the wedding! So good! Jim cutting his tie made me so happy!! Although I’m embarrassed to admit I didn’t know the Chris Brown song or the Youtube reference, so I had to look them both up.

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