Saturday, August 23, 2008

One Ringy Dingy
Two Ringy Dingy

What my Dingy said to my Ringy today! I have now come to the pinnacle of my life as a mother. My contact with my children is no longer face to face. It is now ear to ear. I find myself forever amazed and somewhat amused by the messages that are left for me. Most of the time I don't even know how to respond. I've decided to randomly post these. Sharing with you for your amusement, while I in turn journal them for mine!
"I fell off a bridge into a ditch yesterday"

"Caseys coming by to pick up my fat suit and chicken costume"

"I quit my job, dropped my classes and I'm moving to LA in two weeks"

"I'm going to eat my ice cream and make my butt bigger because nobody loves me"

(These are true and real statements. No names or places have been changed to protect the innocent.)


Judith HeartSong said...

Thanks for the laugh this morning!

vivian said...

ha! those are pretty funny.. the moving part probably isnt so funny to you though. I find that they are so darn hard to keep up with now! but they always leave me laughing!

Eilandkind said...

priceless. :)

barbara burkard said...

oh my!!!! i think i've found someone who understands the sheer fun of never knowing when the earth beneath your feet will shiver with uncertainty! (ALWAYS BEGINS WITH..."MOM, YOU WON'T BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENED..." OR "MOM...GUESS WHAT KIND OF TATOO I GOT TODAY?"...i always just look heavenward and say (outloud, so everyone in earshot KNOWS i'm certifiable) they are adults, they are
thanks for visiting and happy to meet you!


Sandy Michelle said...

OMG that is tooo funny! I have 3 children under 6 and the stuff they say is so hilarious that I started to write it in a journal.

Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog!

Sandy :)

Lisa "Oceandreamer" S. said...

OK those are too funny......and hopefully they were meant to be!!! heehee!!
I get such a vicarious kick from those lucky enough to have children.

KarenHarveyCox said...

I love your quotes and they made me laugh out loud. My girls tell me everything, and some days I wish they didn't. I keep telling myself...surrender, surrender, surrender...this to shall pass. Then the telephone rings and I shutter at what they are up to now. I sooo liked it better when I could give them a juice box and a snack and then put them down for a nap.

celestina marie said...

These are too funny and I sure did need this at the moment. LOL!!
I too get messages like this that make me forever wonder! But life is sure not boring when we have statements like this to make our days.
Thanks for sharing.
la rea rose

3rdEyeMuse said...

honestly, you should save them for a while and put them in a book - the laughter they'd inspire just might save someone's life (or add a few years to it).