Saturday, January 5, 2008

Boredom - a dangerous thing

A while back, for Fun Monday, we all wrote about the one thing we could not leave home without. My daughter wrote about her ubiquitous hair clip. She is never without a hair clip.

Yesterday, she and I drove to Abilene to meet her husband and pick up her son. We got there a little early. Julie has a very low boredom threshold and I evidently have absolutely no qualms about exploiting her.

She played around for a while and then tried to dissuade me from any more pictures. I did not take the hint.

She made her point clear, very clear (last picture may not be suitable for viewing by small children or conservative folks or people who respect their parents).

I quit with the camera.




11 comments:

Junebug said...

Yo momma!

ChrisB said...

Too funny~ now if I did that to my daughter's they would be retaliating!!

laurie said...

and which one of you was at the wheel while all these shenanigans were going on??

Sandy said...

chris - I am waiting a little uneasily

laurie - we were parked, I promise!

Kaycie said...

Ha! If I used that gesture with my mother, I am fairly sure she wouldn't hesitate to slap me.

And I'm 40.

laurie said...

no kidding. i can't even say the word 'sucked' around my mom.

and i'm 51.

Sandy said...

yep, it's my fault. My mom washed my mouth out with soap when I was exactly my daughter's age for saying 'da*n' in front of her...

wolfbaby said...

LOL it looks like you have a fun relationship with your daughter.. that is something to cherish:)

Crown Princess said...

You know i love ya....:-D (grins cheesily)

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lisa's chaos said...

Oh I have done that! I have played with the little hairclippie on nose, ears, earbrows, etc. :)

 
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