to teach this child NOT to pick up food thrown down in a Goodwill parking lot and eat it!!! (I just felt my stomach heave as I typed that.)
She said it looked like a doughnut. (another heave)
That was several hours ago. She is not acting sick . . . . . .yet.
I am not a super-clean freak. I don’t particularly care if the kids pick up food off the floor in our house and eat it, and I can guarantee that the feet of all 4 of my offspring are dirty at this very moment . . . . . . . . . . . .but strange food in parking lots is beneath even MY standards.
Sid will think this is funny and sleep peacefully tonight. I, on the other hand, will probably have a nightmare or two.
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Nonsense. Good for the immune system.
those are my sentiments exactly ——– when it is someone else’s child for whom I am not responsible.
You had Tyler and I CRACKING up last night!!! 😀
Miss me yet?
So happy that I provided some entertainment. I mostly write for Sid and the kids as it seems to entertain them. I am purposely removed from google search engines, so only the small, select group who actually have the blog address can find it.
And I was missing you even as I was driving home from Laurel Ridge! I was listening to an Andrew Petersen CD, and it seemed like every other song made me think of you. I have also been plotting about how I can get y’all to visit and arranging where all the kids will sleep and . . . .and . . . . and . . . . . .
I would so love to meet your Tyler. I would have to like him if he was wise enough to marry you, and my kiddoes would be thrilled to meet your girls. My girls don’t really have other girl friends, so that would be a treat for them. And my boys . . . . . .well, my boys adore playing with younger children.
Love to you and your family,
I am so sorry that I offended you by sharing that link to one of your funnies long ago, not realizing you were wanting to be very private. I miss you a lot.