Conversational snippets

Snippet 1:  When providing an update for The Boy on events in The Park this week, i emphasized how tremendously functional DQ has been regarding Mom’s care.

The Boy:  Nice to hear she’s finally pulling her own weight.  Well, um… I’m not sure anyone could be that helpful.

Snippet 2:  There was much more adventure for out little family this week than just the medical drama in The Park.  While settling in to a much anticipated Happy Hour “Strategery” Session with colleagues from work on Friday afternoon, i received a call from The Girl.  She’d been in a car accident, but was uninjured.  Another driver turned in front of her, and an unavoidable T-Bone was served to the errant motorist. 

The Girl handled the situation perfectly – address safety, assess injuries, contact police & insurance company, in that order.  Relieved, i asked if she needed me to assist.

The Girl:  No, I’m fine.  The cop offered to drive me home.  Sweet.  I’ve never been in the back of a police car*!

________

* Unlike The Boy, who said he’d been on the plastic police car bench seat twice.  His first offense i knew about – a misunderstanding about a borrowed car.  The second?  “I wasn’t arrested.  I was detained. For skateboarding.  Or maybe it was trespassing or something…”

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11 thoughts on “Conversational snippets

  1. I’m with The Boy on this one. No harm, no foul. So how many times has daisyfae been in the back seat of a police cruiser? Just trying to gauge how righteous you can be with him.

    And very glad The Girl is okay.

  2. kyknoord – Penis-Owners Of The World, UNITE!

    dolce – has the Great and Powerful Mandaloo simply sweet talked you both out of trouble with the law?

    nm – I vaguely recall the “detention” story. The cops were just hassling the sk8erboyz for kicks…

    gnu – I do not recall… And if i *did* recall, i can’t remember details…

  3. Well, I was arrested and fingerprinted once for a traffic accident, fingerprinted again when I went to work for the dog pound (it was a county police agency), fingerprinted again for my short stint with the IRS (don’t ask, don’t tell). But mostly I got to ride shotgun in the police car because I was married to Barney. I almost got charged with assault once, (no alcohol involved). But that’s a story for my blog.

  4. uncle keith – not yet. he’s prepared to strip down to a wife-beater, knock out a tooth, and be the stupid drunk redneck who never shuts up, and thinks he’s Einstein and talks to the cops about the Constitution… oh, yeah. he PRACTICES this stuff…

    umdalum – i look forward to the story!

    MdW – yes. with boys you generally know what they’re thinking – certainly as teenagers. with girls? too many options, too many creative solutions…

    silverstar – these sound like some spectacular stories as well! i look forward to reading about them!

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