This week has been Oreo stuffed with "What the glob?" moments.
I'm not going to relive the vet trip with you, I'm damaged enough and so is Logan. And after the visit, so is Bear…he is now seeking electric shock therapy.
Thursday, the moment had arrived, LOGAN WAS SWIMMING! ALONE! NO FLOATIES! I launched myself from the bleachers, seal clapping and bawling hysterically. I quickly snapped a picture of my little fish and frantically began texting, facebooking and instagraming it all over creation.
I quickly realized something did not feel so awesome.
I typed out the words on my phone “My lady bits are numb from sitting on this metal bleacher for thirty minutes ha!”
Guess who I sent that to?
My mother-in-law…in complete error.
Now, you are wondering who I was going to send that to. Well, of course my best friend Doreen, who I know would need to know that little tid bit of information.
In the excitement of Logan’s mammoth accomplishment, I hit the wrong message. I immediately text her again, apologizing for the TMI but I’m crazy stoked and you know, caring means sharing. Good thing she has a stellar sense of humor. Then I proceeded to share my awkward moment with the world and slapped it on facebook.
Makes sense, right?
Since we are on the topic of lady bits…..
I am sitting on the couch enjoying the latest episode of Vampire Diaries, when I witness a Target Christmas commercial.
What the glob?
I announced to my husband, who was sitting directly next to me “These Christmas Target commercials are giving me angina.”
He says “Why are they giving you vagina?”
WHAT? Did he just say that word?
First, I am not a fan of that word, too clinical, makes me feel like I’m going to my yearly felt up session. Second, why in the world would I say that? That doesn't even make sense!
“I said angina, what the heck?”
He shrugs “That’s why I asked. What's angina?”
“It’s a heart condition.”
Selective Hearing Syndrome.
It’s the same as Man Looking Syndrome.
I wish I could say that this is an isolated occurrence for our family but it’s not. My family and friends are always entertained by us and our inapt banter.
But, hey, you have to laugh, you to have a sense of humor, you can’t take life serious…you’ll give yourself angina;-)