Look Out She Pulled The Sewing Machine Out

Block Your Ears

I can hear her curse

Your words echo off the walls

That should of sewed but it didn't

I don't know why ?

Darn it I broke another needle

I can't see even with my glasses

Meanwhile in the other room I hum

Hmmmm hummm hummm

The louder I hear her voice

I quickly turn the music up

She gets all flustered and says things like why me

This is where I make my escape

I quietly say I'll be back when your done

I know when to keep my mouth shut

This is one of those battles that can't be won

She just started to learn how to sew and this is where I know where to go

Anywhere but here

Yes this is where I say I love you

I am not coming any closer for one reason and one reaon only

It is out of fear

Oh dear I'm out of here

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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England

lol! really funny! I can totally understand both sides of this! I have the patience of a gnat! if something doesn't work straight away I really want to throw it out the window! thanks for the laugh, and voted up! nell

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shiningirisheyes 4 years ago from Upstate, New York

Adorable, cute and true. My Mother always had her sewing machine going when I was growing up. I remember a few curses and shouts as well.

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DREAM ON 4 years ago Author

Nell Rose We all have different levels of patience and moods that drive us.Hopefully to a beautiful spot even after a few lows and sounds I can't even describe.Thanx so much for sharing.shiningirisheyes My mother too but all I remember is the motor running and her pressing the foot pedal.I think I was smart as a kid and new this was no place to hang around.So wonderful to think back to the memories.Have a great night.

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