It's that time of the week again! Be sure and link up at Half-Past Kissin' Time if you're fragmenting today.
Look, Mrs. 4444 gave me the FFF award again! This time, it was for Sophie's penis/vagina comment. Thanks, Mrs. 4444 - and thank you, Sophia!
So, I neglected to write down a lot of the funny things the kids said while FIL was visiting - and there were some good ones! Darn it. Here are a few thoughts and the few quotes I did remember:
♫ I was inspecting my naked bod in the mirror last night and this morning. Thanks to the 85-lb weight loss and lots of work on the Wii Fit, I can finally say that I'm starting to like the way it looks. There are still lots of problem areas, especially my "baby belly," but I can appreciate that things are going in the right direction.
♪ We watched Last Chance Harvey last night, with Dustin Hoffman. It was okay, but not quite as great as I was expecting. Definitely a feel-good movie, if you're in the mood for that. I want to know, is Paul Blart: Mall Cop stupid, or funny? Worth renting?
♫ Remember blanket I'm working on? I told you the edging took forever. Well, lo and behold, when I went to work on it last night, I realized I screwed up one entire side of the edging and had to rip it, rip it, rip it out. That suuuuucked. I spent the rest of the movie making it up!
♪ Chloë was running around yelling and shouting at everything and nothing in particular. Then she stopped herself and said, " All of this yelling is making me have to poop!"
♫ Sophie to FIL: "Jack is your grandson, and I'm your grand-girl!"
♪ At the restaurant the other night, we had lots of leftovers. The waitress asked whether we needed big boxes or small boxes. After she left, Rob bemoaned that he hadn't asked her, "Can I stuff my meat into your small box?" I laughed so hard.
♫ Which reminds me, when we went to the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival last year for the knitter/crocheter in me, he did something that still makes me giggle. We didn't bring the dog, but it turned out that our hotel accepted pets. While driving away the next morning, he called up our hotel and asked in a fake drawl, "Hey, do you take sheep?" and pretended that he had a flock to house. Maybe you had to be there, but it was hilarious!
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