Friday, March 30, 2007
did my son really say that?
Here is a conversation I had with my oldest son after picking him up from Baseball practice earlier in the week.

Son: Can we please go to Jack in the Box for dinner? I am starving.

Me: No, sorry. I made chicken.

Son: Please mom, I am really hungry and Jack in the Box sounds sooo good.

Me: No, sorry. We really need to make sure we aren't eating fast food more than once a week. I am really struggling with my weight right now and want us to eat more healthy on a daily basis.

Son: What do you mean?

Me: I really need to lose some weight. I want to make sure I am healthy so I will be sure and live a long time to see all of the wonderful grandchildren you are going to give me.

Son: Oh, please. You look fine. Anyways, who cares how you look? You are already married so its not like you really need to look nice anymore for anyone.

Me: Blank stare.


  posted at 10:39 AM  

At 2:52 PM, Blogger Heidi said...

Oh my!

At 8:10 AM, Anonymous Lisa said...

Classic! I honestly believe this could have been a conversation between me and my teenage son. Too funny!

At 5:28 AM, Blogger Laurel Wreath said...

This made me laugh out loud!!!!

At 9:46 AM, Anonymous eph2810 said...

LOL - that is just too funny. Thank you for sharing, Julie.


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