Teenage Caregivers and MS

The first thing he said when they got me in the chair was “I’m glad you weigh less than Grandma!” when we gave him the look of shame, he quickly said “no, no, I just mean for maneuvering is all!” and off we went to the mall. She and I were on a mission, we had it all planned out, he was just there for man power and lunch at Chipotles. We’re in our favorite department store on the second floor nearing the end of the aisle where there’s only one thing ahead of us it seems and he finally says, “Where are we going?” She and I together say, “Lingerie”. He says loud and in shock, “LINGERIE?” Now surrounded by bras…big ones, lots of them, eye level, closing in on him, he says, “but why! for what! for WHO!?” We’re both laughing hysterically! Clearly he doesn’t see what could be so funny. When I catch my breath I say, “We need to buy your sister some underwear”. He shakes his head and says, “why didn’t you just SAY that?”
Next stop Victoria’s Secrets.

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4 responses to “Teenage Caregivers and MS

  1. Que

    HAHAHA! 🙂

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  2. Vernetta

    Reading this laughing with tears in my eyes. Great postings. Keep em comin’.

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  3. It was SO good to see that you’d been here Netta!Do come back…I’ll need you’re opinion soon.

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