Wednesday, March 28, 2012

OOps !



Oops! Poor Grama.
I remember we were at a Ball and my Dad was dancing, and his pants fell down.
He wasn't wearing a belt and lost weight so his suit was loose.
It was embarrassing but every one laughed.

One of these OOPS stories.



The above picture is ingenious especially if it has an opening at the bottom as well.
It does a great job of multi tasking baby and
not to mention
cute to look at
although the arms look like they are a bit too high.

Today I made lunch early consisting of ocean perch soy beans and fries.
It went down well with my boys.
I always liked perch, bass and trout better than salmon and would love to see our lakes full of them.
It seems to be an Eastern product though unless you can fish it in the ocean.
But then I can't be certain.

Hope you have a good day.:)



8 comments:

Mama Zen said...

That first cartoon is hilarious!

Gattina said...

That reminds me what happened to me when I was still young and pretty, I came from the restroom and was a little surprised that everybody looked at me and smiled. I thought it's maybe my dress. In reality the back of my dress stuck in my pants and everybody could admire my "backside", lol ! Fortunately somebody told me, but we laughed a lot !

Life 101 said...

I"ve heard of a pumpkin seat, but never a watermelon seat :)

A Lady's Life said...

Gattina you are still pretty :)

A Lady's Life said...

life 101 - must be very soft sweet and cool inside. A good chewy. :)

A Lady's Life said...

Mama Zen Thanks :)

Akelamalu said...

I remember going shopping with my Mum straight from school one day and my school skirt dropped to the floor in a huge department store! Luckily I had my gaberdine mac over the top which was quite long so it wasn't as embarrassing as it could have been. ;)

A Lady's Life said...

Akelamalu - I guess it happens to every one at least once in a lifetime.
For me it was when I wore a two piece in the ocean waves. The waves take them off and leave you in natures best. So I never wear two pieces in the ocean any more.