Wednesday, October 26, 2005

What I really need. . .

. . .is someone to follow me around and make sure I don't go grocery shopping in my house slippers. **blush**


Blogger Kim said...

Don't feel badly. There is a gentleman at my church who showed up for thursday night prayer meeting in his slippers.

3:28 PM  
Blogger Kim from Hiraeth said...

Oh, I've probably done that a time or two, or at least come close to it. Let me see, I've been to the library, the grocery store, and the post office in my slippers.

My one consolation is that at least I was wearing this year's model. Last year's had a hole in the toe...

3:32 PM  
Blogger rebecca said...


My sister-in-law looked down in church one Sunday and realized her shorts were on wrong side out.

I guess you can be thankful it wasn't that!

4:34 PM  
Blogger Kim from Hiraeth said...

Yes, for that I am thankful.

I remember once following my son, Sam, down a hallway at our home school co-op and noticing that he had his sweat pants on backwards--you could see where his knees had stretched them out and there was a hole in one of them. That's when I knew we had become "real" home schoolers.

8:00 AM  
Anonymous Big Grampy said...

My daughter has got everyone beat! She walked to school one day when she was about 8 yrs. old, and as she walked across the playground, her wrap-around skirt came unfastened, and fell off.

It wasn't until she got into the school house that her sister noticed her missing skirt. She hollered, "Dawny, your skirt fell off!"

Dawny turned around and ran home crying.

Poor kid. LOL.

10:05 AM  
Blogger Kim from Hiraeth said...

Hi BG!

Oh, poor Dawny. I'll bet Dad and Mom were glad to go back and retrieve the skirt for her. Did you make her go back to school that day? And did she ever wear a wrap-around skirt again?

I'm glad you came to visit my blog!

12:44 PM  

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