Wednesday, October 1, 2008

(Sort of ) Wordless Wednesday

After being at the hospital with my dad for a week, I returned home Friday afternoon, only to have Daniel greet me as I entered the living room.

The first words out of his mouth were, "Hi, Mom! I'm out of clean pants to wear. I had to wear my swim trunks today, because they were the only thing clean in my closet."



Sigh.

Proverbs 31:21
She is not afraid of the snow for her household: for all her household are clothed with scarlet.


17 comments:

Dianne said...

Oh well, at least no one can say he has no ingenuity, and at least he elected to wear something rather than prance around pantelss like Miss P.

Oh it's goood to have you back!

sa061545@bellsouth.net said...

That's so funny!!!!
Love you,
Mom :)

Kristen said...

LOL! I see your son has your wit!!!

hulagirlatheart said...

At least he's creative. Thanks for letting me know our family isn't the only one that has these moments.

Hilarious way to start the day! Thanks for the laugh.

Nikowa said...

LOL We've done this before!!!

Mia said...

okiay its time for some laundry skills!! That boy needs some time in the laundry room!! LOL! I know I am behind on laundry when the girls start wearing each others drawers!! No pun intended : )
Have a great day sweet lady!!

Kysha said...

Love that scarlet! LOL

Beandip71 said...

Too funny!!

Pamela (MrsJoeB) said...

Too funny! Maybe he will be more inclined to do laundry? Yeal, right...nice thought!

Have a blessed week. You deserve it!!

In His Graces~Pamela

Liz said...

Ahhh... boys/men. Nice to know they're the same all over the world. :)

Paula (SweetPea) said...

That's funny and sweet all in one. I feel bad for you though, had I been there I'd help ya with the laundry.

I use to have a rule...when you only have three pairs of underwear clean, you are to tell me. Otherwise, plan on wearing dirty ones or none. :-)

valerie said...

That's too funny!

When my kids were fairly young we had a basket for towels and colored undies.... a basket for whites (towels, dish towels, wash clothes, white undies) things that needed bleach....and a basket for their jeans, shorts, shirts....
and one for the nicer clothes.

I wrote on each basket with a sharpie the water temp. etc. I ususally did the laundry, but it helped teach them for when they did do it. (then there's the getting them to do it part.....;))

Thanks for always being so faithful to comment on my posts. I'm always eager to see if anyone has commented and can always count on sweet, little Amy!

Weeksie50 said...

Oh, that is to funny! This wouldn't really work for us girls huh? lol

My Goodness said...

ha!! At least he had those!!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

That is funny!! At least he compromised and wore somethlng that was clean.....

Since my kids had so much fun mopping, maybe I should teach them how to do laundry next....

Tracey said...

THANK GOD I'VE HAVING A BOY...GIRLS WOULD NEVER BE OK WITH DOING THIS!!! ;-)

Smiling Shelly said...

LOL! See....they DO miss you when you're gone :D