Mom Wants A Diabetes Cure

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Confession Time

Late one night, I went to the supermarket to buy a gallon of milk. As I walked into the breezeway on the way out of the store, the milk slipped out of my hands and dropped to the floor splitting the plastic container wide open. A mother-gush of milk started flowing all over the floor right near the exit door.

I sidestepped the milk lake and walked out of the place. I didn't even tell anyone what happened I was so embarrassed. I just went to another store and bought another gallon which made it home safely.


  • LOL!!!

    That is all.

    By Blogger Kerri., at 7/29/2008 2:08 PM  

  • Were you actually laughing out loud?

    By Blogger Shannon, at 7/29/2008 2:24 PM  

  • I would have done the exact same thing!


    By Blogger George, at 7/29/2008 2:24 PM  

  • That's why I love you, George. LOL.

    By Blogger Shannon, at 7/29/2008 2:25 PM  

  • "Clean up in isle 3!"
    Don't worry, your secret is safe in dblogville...for now ;)

    By Blogger k2, at 7/29/2008 2:27 PM  

  • I feel like my blog is my confessional booth and you are all my priests.

    By Blogger Shannon, at 7/29/2008 2:31 PM  

  • Heh heh heh heh .....

    Ok, waiting for part II on how you met Jeff (or is this part of it? Did he come and clean up the milk for you? Or did you meet up with him at the second store you went to where you told him what you did at the first store .... then you guys laughed, went out for coffee and hey, used the milk you bought to put in the coffee .... the milk has to have some significance here ... and the rest is history?? Do you like how I'm rambling and making stuff up here? LOL actually, I'm like George, I would have done the same thing ... )

    By Blogger Jamie, at 7/29/2008 2:58 PM  

  • Jamie, you and I would be partners in crime if we lived near each other.

    By Blogger Shannon, at 7/29/2008 3:15 PM  

  • Nice.

    I'm stuck on "mother-gush." That might be the greatest adjective I've ever heard.

    "Sorry, honey, I'm gonna be home late tonight. My boss just gave me a mother-gush of work to do."

    By Blogger Carey, at 7/29/2008 4:47 PM  

  • Me too! I would have high tailed it outta there as fast as I could!

    I was once helping a friend and his dad unload groceries - and I dropped the milk. Just like here it split open and spilled out all over the driveway.

    Unfortunately I could not run away like I would have in the company of complete strangers.

    By Blogger Scott K. Johnson, at 7/29/2008 5:29 PM  

  • I, too, once dropped a gallon of milk on the front porch of our duplex when I was in high school. Very embarrassing.

    By Blogger Rachel..., at 7/29/2008 5:39 PM  

  • You really are too, too funny.

    Put me on the list of those waiting for Part 2.

    By Blogger Colleen, at 7/29/2008 6:40 PM  

  • If you had only gotten down on your hands and knees in the milk lake and started howling, you might have gotten a free milk!!!

    (It also would make a great youtube video.)

    By Blogger Naomi, at 7/29/2008 8:23 PM  

  • Naomi, I'm LMFAO because I thought you meant howl like a dog or a cat. It took me a few seconds to realize that you meant howl like I'm hurt.

    By Blogger Shannon, at 7/29/2008 8:26 PM  

  • Ha Ha!
    Did it feel good to confess?

    I probably would have done the same thing!

    By Blogger Life As I Know It, at 7/29/2008 9:43 PM  

  • i would have had a fake argument with my imaginary husband claiming that it was all his fault. and walked out on him and screamed "you did this! YOU CLEAN IT UP" and then... walked out. everyone would have been standing there wondering.. WTF???

    By OpenID landileigh, at 7/30/2008 2:58 AM  

  • At least you didn't cry over it.

    (How did no one else make that freaking pun?!)

    By Blogger Kerri., at 7/30/2008 11:47 AM  

  • Because no one is as brilliant a punster as you are!!!!

    By Blogger Shannon, at 7/30/2008 12:06 PM  

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