Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Family stories

Recently I've been thinking about family stories.  You know, the stories that each family carries around in their collective pocket and can be recalled by any or all family members as needed. 

Our family stories tend to be humorous ones that we pull out to tease people with. 

And Razor recently added to my personal  the arsenal.  Poor guy.

The goldenrod is in full bloom here and causing each of us itchy, watery eyes and lots of sneezing.  He had the girls with him out running errands around town.  The girls were in the back seat and he in the driver.  The windows were down, the cool September breeze stampeding through the car, and Disney radio blaring from the speakers.

Razor turned his head towards the window and let his goldenrod allergy induced sneeze blow.

That misty, watery sneeze exploded out of Razor's nose and mouth, as they all tend to do, and landed directly on Licious in the back seat.

Poor kid. 

At least we have another family story that involves a Daddy sneeze locked and loaded.



Cheryl Arkison said...

My husband has a similar family story, except it involves his brother's 18th birthday and lots of drinking. You can imagine how it ends with an open car window and a young, drunk kid in the front seat.

VeeV said...

l-o-v-e the building and pathway picture...
it's homesick kind of picture...

Simocha said...

Nasty!Poor baby!

Positive spin: It's like Daddy's love for her just collected in his nose, so he could shower her with love. Nah!

Still nasty. Have you seen the trailer for "Contagion"?


Dena said...

Poor Razor having his snot story printed for all to read, You know, what goes around -comes around.

**nicke... said...

aaahhhhh ha haha ha hahahahahahahahahahhahahahhaha ha ha ha ha aha hahahahaha aha ha aha ha ahahahahahhahahahahhahhhahahahahahha!that is such a great story! i can't stop laughin! i am pinning this!

Trudi said...

Eeewwww! Poor Babe! My daughter still remembers the night she coughed and coughed so much she threw up over her daddy! (she was 3!)

grendelskin said...

Tee hee! I love those family stories. I had a horrible stomach bug when my girlchild was two or three years old. I desperately tried to get her away before I lost it, and finally gave up. "Do you really want to see?" "Yes Mommy." "Okay." ... "UGGGH!" "I tried to tell you."

Your Hyacinth Beans are outrageously beautiful - do they propagate on their own in your area? We have to treat them as annuals here, mine are very wimpy compared to yours!

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