Years ago I was searching for an apartment and walked into one that was supposed to be on display. I did not know it connected to the owner's apartment, so when I opened the door to the bathroom, I was embarrassed to see the husband sitting on the commode. He was very cool. He looked at me, smiled and said hello!!! I laughed all the way to the car and never was able to face the man again!
One funny memory I have is when I went to jump off the back of our boat into the water and my bathing suit bottoms hooked on to the back of the boat! Well there I was hanging upside down right above the water totally helpless; squealing like a pig- screaming for help! I was the only one at the boat everyone else was sitting on the beach. Well it took what seemed like forever from my upside down point of view before I was rescued from my embarrassing position- literally hanging upside-down by my drawers!
It's great that you can laugh about it. I once fell into a giant plant pot because I wasn't looking where I was going. You can write a sitcom about things like these lol
Back in 1975, my husband, Bill and I rented our first apartment which was occupied with mice. Bill sits down in an easy chair in the living room. I say to him, "I see a mouse behind your foot." He grabs at the mouse, stands up jumping around and says, "He went up my pant leg. Unbutton my pants, Hurry! Unbutton my pants!" He had on a pair of double buttoned pants. I was laughing so hard I couldn't unbutton his pants fast enough. He had a hold of the mouse fabric and all against his thigh and squashed it in his pant leg. There is more than one reason not to want mice in your house.
Just last week I was online reading a brilliant comment by a person responding to a Huffington Post article. I started typing my reply to Katy saying how "spot on" I thought her comment was. "Katy, I couldn't agree with you more...", I wrote. I then went back to read more of her comment so I could be more cogent when I thought "Wait a minute...This sounds VERY familiar." I then realized that this "Katy" was ME! (I really have to use so many anonymous names when posting responses.)
by Jen King 8 years ago
Please share your experiences with your Hopi family.My great grandmother was an Ottowa Indian in northern Michigan. I have no photos or family stories of her, and that is devastating to me. I'm always searching for the native culture, and I would be honored if you would share your heritage with me.
by Sheila 5 years ago
Please share your Pros and Cons of moving to Texas?My husband and I are considering moving to Texas in a couple of years. We live in Washington state right now and the winters are getting old. We are looking for better weather and a safe environment to raise our daughter. If you know much about...
by Kelly Kline Burnett 5 years ago
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by Ethel Smith 8 years ago
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by Terrilyn Lum 7 years ago
Please share your testimony - How did you accept Christ into your life as your Lord and Savior?Did you find yourself in a particular circumstance in your life that brought you to the feet of Jesus? Or was there someone that witnessed to you or invited you to church or a bible study group?
by anish92 6 years ago
Of all the online publishing forums I write for, I find squidoo the most difcult and challenging and no matter how hard I try my lenses hardly seem to be upto scratch. So plz share ur Squidoo expertise with me and I'm sure 1000s of others like me. In particular:1. How much time do you put in per...
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