Sunday, February 22, 2009

Sense of Humor

A few weeks back Becky came in for the weekend and brought Chrissy a chocolate apple wrapped in red foil. One evening while watching Andy she decided she would eat her apple. About halfway through it (truly) she stated, " I think I will tell Becky there was a worm in this apple!" She just laughed at the thought of pulling that joke on Becky! Last night, of all things for her to remember, she decided to call Becky and tell her about the worm being in her apple. I love hearing Chrissy laugh and so thankful that she continues to have her sense of humor.

Yesterday we ventured to the Kitchen Store in Asheville only to learn it had relocated. I got turned around several times before heading in the right direction. Chrissy kept telling me to find a phone booth and call someone! I really don't understand how I can navigate Greenville fine but get so turned around in Asheville. We decided to shop at Marshalls in Arden and then eat at Cracker Barrel. When her beef stew arrived it was served in a bread bowl which she found so interesting - the inside bread was scooped out and came with a bread lid! After she ate it all she promptly put the bread lid on top of her bowl and smiled. I love, love, love these moments.


Oh Dear said...

How fun! I bet Becky enjoyed the phone call and laughter from her mom as well!

Joyful said...

Sounds like you had a precious day even if you didn't end up where you thought you were going. (That can happen to me on any given day!)

Thanks for your comment on my blog and your kind words. Just to answer your question....the earplugs were still in my purse from a concert we had attended on Dec 26. We took our son and his friend to hear the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and I took along some "just-in-case" earplugs.

Hope you're having a great day!

Wendy Blight said...


I loved meeting you at the book signing. I cannot tell you how it touched my heart that you drove to Charlotte to attend. I was so looking forward to your arrival. Thank you for coming. You are a precious woman of God, and I am so thankful that through the wonderful world of blogging the Lord caused our paths to cross.



Roberta said...

Hi Judy,
Thank you for inviting me to view your blog! I am enjoying hearing about life and precious moments through your eyes. You have a wonderful, endearing, sweet way of looking at things. It is so positive and brings a smile to my face.
Bless you and Chrissy, too,

Joyful said...

Judy, thank you so much for your comments on both my blogs today. Thank you also for your prayers. Just thought I'd let you know I went back and updated the post about my Dad and added pictures. Thought you might like to take a look :o)

Have a blessed day, and thanks again for your encouragement and understanding,