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(Sunshine Blue Skys)

I hit the front door this morning hard.

After I ran into that glass it really burst my behind apart.

I bounced off of it and stood back.

Then I tripped over a paper holder rack.

As I attempted to get up, I split my pants right down the middle seam.

Then the phone started to ring.

When I answered it my mother-in-law screamed, "I's want a wabbit!"

I said to her, "Ms Burton this calling all early is becoming a real bad habit!"

She screamed, "I's wants to speak to my daughter not you!"

It was around this time I really began to turn blue.

I tried one more time to ask her not to call us so early for practically nothing at all.

This is when she screamed, "shut up, I bore my daughter so when I feel like it I'll call!"

She then told me to hold the phone for a minuter or two.

So I just stood there holding the phone till I almost turned blue.

After about fifteen minutes of just holding on, split pants and all.

I thought, "that's it forget this call!"

All of a sudden a knock on the door caught me by surprise.

When I went to answer it I looked right into these big mean red eyes.

It was my mother-in-law with her baseball bat.

So I headed for the back door with my hat.

When I opened it and started out, I thought I had it made and was in the clear, so much for my fear.

All of a sudden I tripped over this big out door bench, down I went, tumbling and rolling, then landing right in a water pool.

My mother law jumped from behind the back yard hedges and screamed, "gotcha, that dam trick is turning old you fool!"



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Reviewed by na na (Reader) 3/15/2003
Grady, oh what a happy write. Thank you for this, I need to laugh. Bill
Reviewed by Nancy D. 3/15/2003
Grady,
Now this one had me laughing tonight, its just so real.

Nancy
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 3/15/2003
Haahaaa!!!!! This was a fun read. I hope this was just one of your bad days. Perhaps you should suck up to ole mother-in-law and write her a nice poem and stick it on your front door, so by the time she finished reading the poem, she would throw away the baseball bat. Heeeheee!!!!!

Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 3/15/2003
Oh Grady,
This was hilareous...
I loved it peg

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