Saturday, 26 November 2005

Apples and Trees

I took my daughter to a sleepover birthday party at a good friends of hers. To say she was just excited is underestimating her mood. I helped her up to the door with all of the sleepover party paraphernalia necessary for a good time.

Her mouth was flapping the whole way up to the door and beyond. The more excited she grew the faster she spoke. She looked over at me to finish a story as she rang the door bell repeatedly. She was getting antsy waiting and was wondering what was taking them so long to answer the door. I knew something she didn't. She had missed the bell. Not once, not twice, but repeatedly in her excitement. Finally I clued her in. We both laughed pretty hard and she finally hit the target.

Her friends mother came smiling to the door and proceeded to open it for us.


My daugher tried to walk through the glass door in front of the main door. I almost peed my pants this time. I have done that very thing myself once. Walked smack into a glass window at a halloween party leaving a smudge of white face paint on the window. Hurriedly and feeling embarrased I walked away as another teen stepped forward and wiped the offending smudge off of the full legnth window adjacent to the main door of the church.

Ah yes, it is true what they say.....the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Too bad for my kids!!!!


Mr. Incredulous said...

LMAO! The person typing this comment often will trip over nothing, stop, and then go back to look for the nothing...

Adventurer said...

You must be well practiced for speed listening after our Thursday night fests. I don't think I've ever met any one who talks quiet as fast as me. I'm glad to know I'm not alone though!

Maggie Ann said...

My husband ran into our sliding glass doors a couple of years ago and it knocked him down flat on concrete porch floor. what a scare we had! Glass is hard to see...thats for sure.

Deb said...

We are a lot alike (LOL). You know what all I've fallen over, into, and off of. :) Thanks for visiting!

Krista said...

I don't' need to ask what daughter do I?
This is too funny - I can just picture it!!