Sunday, January 3, 2010

Seeing Angels In the Architecture - Lunch Conversations with mom and her friends

"I have a toothache and that's a bad thing and a good thing."
"What's good about a toothache?"
"What's good about a toothache? The good thing is it means I don't have to go to the physical terrorist for my backache!"

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"Sarah you're all dressed up!"
"Going to my son's for Christmas Dinner"
"Well you look like Doris Day!"
"Aren't you the most DAH-LING CHALD"
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"Did I tell you that the chef here used to cook at the white house?"
"No! Which president?
"Well I think it was sometime after Truman.
"Hmm"
"Did I tell you that the chef here used to cook at the white house?"

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"So you're here from Seattle? Isn't that nice for your mom!"
"Yes! Have you been to Seattle?"
"Oh yes - I visited there in '40 just before all Hell broke loose."
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"I am so happy to be here near my kids and grandkids. And a special surprise has been the food. Did I tell you that the chef here used to cook at the white house?"
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"Being ninety and stuck in a wheelchair is tough - but having wonderful friends and wonderful food sure does make life easier!"

8 comments:

Tabor said...

Ha Ha Ha

Ralph said...

Funny!

Beth Niquette said...

Tee Hee--that's hilarious! (grin)

Cloudhands said...

How dear to be able to talk to Mom. Cute, sweet and wisful. Can you tell I can't talk to my mom anymore. I think I'm just a little jealous.

One Woman's Journey said...

You put a smile on my face this early and "very cold morning"
Love the way you write!!!

Helen said...

Wonderful snippets of just being!

Dolores said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog, and for your thoughts and prayers...

The conversations you posted with your mom and her friends is so cute....

永遠 said...

一個人的際遇在第一次總是最深刻的,有時候甚至會讓人的心變成永遠的絕緣。.........................