Monday, November 15, 2010

"Stupid Fuzzy Slippers..."

It must somehow be all my fault. After all, I am the mom who refused to turn her heat on last night. I would like to say I am saving the planet, by saving gas, but I really am just trying to save the cash. Christmas is coming, you know!!!

Anyway, baby girl was grouchy this morning. She was "cold." She was wearing her big fuzzy black slippers to emphasize the fact. (She hardly wore them at all last year!)

Anyway, after I had gone to work, I received a text. Here is what it said:

"Stupid fuzzy slippers...i thought i had my shoes on because of them! Papa (he took the kids to school for me this morning) just laughed when he saw my feet! We had to drive all the way back home!"

This made me smile. All I could picture all day was Kayla wearing her big fuzzy slippers to school. She is such a trendsetter... :)

Gosh, I love that girl of mine.

Happy Monday, friends! Hope you have a BEAUTIFUL week.

12 comments:

Kellie said...

LOL!! I love it! :)

Andrea said...

We have been trying to keep our heating costs down, too! I have missed coming by here! Hope you are doing well! My brother in law, David is in remission!
Blessings,
andrea

Bridget said...

Oh hehehehe, I've worn mine to work before on accident...

Kristin said...

Haha! That's so funny! :)

Sharon Sloan - Joy In The Truth said...

So funny!!!

I once had my slippers on half way to Great Adventure amusement park...we had to turn around!

He & Me + 3 said...

Too funny. Lots of people wear slippers to school. LOL

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

She'd be overdressed in our neck of the woods! Her slippers are like high heels over here.

peace~elaine

Jules said...

I've done that too!

Angie said...

Hey K, throw on a pair of lounge pants and a trucker hat with a beer logo and you'd fit right in down here!
Sad but true.

Love ya!

~*Michelle*~ said...

HHAHAHAHAHAHAH! Classic!

Jim said...

Sis,
Almost sounds like HOME SCHOOL! Interesting how we all can forget those little gliches in our readiness to meet the day. Cheer up, K - at least your feet were warm and fuzzy!

Jim-Dad

Kari said...

That's hilarious! Hehe!