Monday, October 26, 2009

I think I showered today...

Sean, just a bit ago..."Did you know you had your shirt on inside out?"

pause...

Me..."I did not."

*sigh*

Tag hanging out in back. Tag on the side. It's a snap shirt with pockets in the front. One should have noticed.

I only dragged myself and the 2-year-old out into public once today. A trip to Michael's. To pick up a black t-shirt for Jacob's pilgrim costume. That was supposed to go to school with him this morning.

Oh...side note...want to spin Sean up really fast? Ask him about his native American son playing the part of a pilgrim. It's fun. Lots of laughs.

After the week that was and now with all family members sick (when a 4-year-old pushes aside his grilled cheese sandwich and says that he just wants a little rest--he's Sick) I'm lucky I remembered to brush my teeth this morning. An inside out shirt? At least I was wearing one.

12 comments:

Sean said...

For the record, I did NOT rant, nor did I comment to anyone at his school about the whole Pilgrim thing... geez, you make one comment at home and you're labeled!

I would also like to add that inside-out or not, she made the shirt look good :D

Momma Val said...

Oh, thank God, I some days don't get around to cleaning just the basics til near bed time. That is funny though. One day back before we had Little Buddy I woke up, cleaned out the gutter (leaves, dirt, and water squirting every direction) and then went to run errands alone. Thought it was funny how people kept staring at me, an attractive man in a check out line too? Odd! Then hours later I returned home and eventually went to the washroom and actually looked at myself in the mirror and there was dried mud speckles and spots all over my face. And that was BEFORE I even had a child, so you can imagine what I wander around like now some days :) Hope your crew is feeling better soon!

LOUDnPROUD♥MĂ“KneeKah said...

LOL!
At least he noticed! I get a haircut and have to TELL the dh that I got one and that my hair is a different color,sheesh.
and you have to give him points for saying the look good part!

Dori said...

Yeah...I'll keep him around for another 20 or 50 years. :D

mrsofficer said...

Im guessing sean is the hubby? GOOD recovery haha, My hubby notices things too like that.Simply cuz he likes to laugh.But yet i think the hubbys themselves make some interesting wardrobe choices! lol

Marit said...

Hope things improve for you soon!

MissKris said...

I have gone to church on separate occasions wearing (a) One blue pump and one black one. (b) a turtleneck top worn backwards. I am one of those get-dressed-at-the-last-second-and-dash-out-the-door kind of people. Good thing I never wear make-up, hahaha! So sorry to hear you're all sick. Little Cooper's been suffering with a crummy bladder infection. But the flu has managed to escape us so far...knock wood! Will keep you all in my prayers.

Erin said...

I can't tell you how many times I've worn underwear inside out—all day long. I'm known for wearing things inside out and backwards on a regular basis. I wonder what that says about me...

copswife said...

That's hilarious.

My mom was once doing crafts and then realized she was late picking my sis up at school. Yep. Glitter all over her face like a teeny bopper. She was so embarrassed.

Soozcat said...

Sorry to hear you and yours have The Ick that's going around. But you know, wearing your clothing inside out is a bona fide traditional method of bringing on good luck. (It's probably where the tradition of the baseball "rally hat" originated.)

Natalie said...

Nice cover-up, Sean! My hubs knows not to question my wardrobe since he's color-blind, though a few awkward inside-out moments would've been helpful to bring to light.

And Momma Val, the mud speckles I can completely relate to, but have found that being so freckled DOES come in handy at times (though I still hate all my freckles).

As for the snap shirt inside out, I'm just REALLY impressed you got it on. You have to admit, that takes some talent, especially when feeling like junk!

Dori said...

Natalie, hot *and* talented! I'll take that. :D

I think the interesting part is that 5 years ago--I would have been mortified. Now? Meh. Like I said--at least I was wearing a shirt!