I’m taking requests

What She Wore: Black, scoop-neck tee; jean capris with a dark wash; black and white houndshooth flats.  I’m wearing them!  They’re just too cute not to wear.

Well, someone asked for funny story, so here goes–embarassing, but true. 

Not long after I had the baby, my mom and I decided to pick up Chili’s to go.  I didn’t want to go through the drama of getting him out of the car, so I dropped my mom off and waited at the curb.  While I was waiting, I decided I didn’t like the song on the radio, so I hit another button.  The same song came on.  I hit another button, and it was the same song again.  I realize that my mom must have put in a CD, so I hit the FM button, and still. . . the same song.  At this point I’m getting a little freaked out–I’m wondering what the hell my mom did to the radio.  I’m punching buttons left and right and still the same damn song keeps playing.  Finally, I just reach over and turn the radio off completely.


But the song kept playing.


It was as if my car was haunted–I was really starting to lose it.

And then I realized that the windows were down.

And the music in my car?  Chili’s music blaring from the restaurant–drowning out my own radio.

Sometimes, I wonder if there is actually a brain up there.



About takedeux

In one summer I had a baby who was hospitalized for five weeks, quit my job, and moved back to my hometown. This blog is about starting over.
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16 Responses to I’m taking requests

  1. Unknown says:

    hehe…well all I can do is laugh….and make bean soup today…hugs,Mercyps I like your blog here…but I do notice many many people going to blogspot….that windows blog beta writer is easyt as pie to me.

  2. Stacy says:

    Thanks for the funny.  I can totally see that happening. 

  3. Jaysey says:

    LMAO!  I did that once–but not at Chilis! 😉  Wow…
    New blog: I always end up back here.  When I moved, no one read or commented…I have history here.  And LiveWriter really does make embedding pictures a cinch.

  4. Toni says:

    OMG that\’s hilarious. Now you have to write more stories. Toni

  5. Becca says:

    OMG that is too funny!

  6. KEL says:

    hahaha, cute!~K

  7. Antonella says:

    That\’s really funny Katy. I think it\’s just that the pregnancy brain sticks with you for a while. Hope that you guys are doing well!
    How\’s the physical therapy going?

  8. Nadine says:

    That happens to me all the time!! The last time I was sitting at my PC reading blog after blog when I heard "Bad to the bone"…that would be my cell ringtone for Roy…..so I start lookin\’ for it….and then I realize it is a blog!!! DOH!!!!

  9. Tracy says:

    Haha, too funny, I\’m glad I"m not the only one who has "smart" moments like that!!  🙂

  10. Gina says:

    lol, that\’s something i would totally do!

  11. Aimee says:

    *~*   :o) if you don’t have a smile to give today…  :o) I will give you one of mine…  :o)   *~*

  12. Hollie says:

    sound like something I would do!

  13. Joell says:

    LOL!!!  That is hysterical.  TOTALLY sounds like something I would do!  Except my kids are big enough to know what a total goober their mom is and I would NEVER hear the end of it!  Oh don\’t worry…your time is coming. LOL

  14. siobhan says:

    Blonde moment!!!  Ha ha.  I\’ve done stuff like that.  Where I worked we had faucets in the ladies room that had a sensor and turned on automatically.  I\’m at another casino and I go to the bathroom.  When I went to wash my hands I waved my hands in front of the faucet.  No water.  I thought well, it must be broken so I moved to the next one and waved my hands in front of it.  Still no water.  Finally I looked at the faucet and realized that it was a regular one, where you actually had to turn the knobs!!  Thank God no one else was in the bathroom at the time and saw me!! 

  15. Sarah says:

    So funny! Pretty sure any of us would do that, especially since you were probably slightly exhausted at the time.

  16. Christine says:

    Please forgive me for not being around more.  I hope that the eval with neuro goes well.  My boy may be out of rehab later this week. He will continue to need LOTS of therapy, but I am just grateful he is alive at this point.  God has truly blessed us.
    I hope you find a house soon. I know how frustrating it is to look for a house….fortunately, I have owned my since 1991 now.  I can\’t even imagine what a nightmare mving would be.
    Hugs to you and the boy.
    Prayers for you all.

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