-A mostly true journey of a girl, her man, and their three kids; all trying to live harmoniously in cities somewhere in Utah. Names and exact locations may be changed in order to protect the grouchy.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Sanitizer, anyone?

Conversation of the week:

Setting: Wednesday morning. Inside yet another doctor's office... This time, orthopedics.

Characters: The youngest, a very nice doctor, his 18 year-old sidekick and me.

Scene- After a cast is applied to the youngest's left arm, a conversation ensues. All characters stare directly and pathetically at me.

...it went a little something like this...

"You're all set, young man. I'll see you in a few weeks. By then, you'll be as good as new.." cheered on the doctor.

"Mom! This is my writing hand! What am I gonna do?" the youngest asked, frustrated.

"It will be fine. I will help you...We can practice with your other hand." I say reassuringly.

"But I eat with this hand!" he argued.

"I told you, honey. I will help you." I said while nudging him slightly out of the doctor's office...

Stopping in his tracks, he looked at me and whined, "But MOOOOOOOOM?"

"Whaaaaaat?" I asked in a 'can-we-for-the-love-of-all-that's-good-please-go-and-talk-about-this-in-the-car?' kind of voice..

As if to remind everyone in the room of his injury, the youngest lifted up the bright orange cast covering his arm from wrist-to-elbow and shouted,

"THIS is my wiping hand too!"

Ugh.

Cheers to a germ-free six-weeks, friends.






6 comments:

  1. Poor guy. This is just a reminder of things to come with Quinn. I'm so sorry Jonah has to go through this. Yet, if I've learned anything in my 2 1/2 years as a Mommy...this is much harder for you. Here's to clean hands and happy hearts.

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  2. Yes, I am glad his other hand isn't broken. You don't realize how much you use both hands until you can't use one of them. Thanks for being his second hand for a while.

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  3. All I can do is chuckle. Please don't hate me. :)
    Love and Hugs to you my FF!

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  4. Thanks for the giggle! I needed that this afternoon. I hope he's doing well and getting used to the temporary limitations.

    Did the Doctor and sidekick get a laugh out of that statement as well?

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  5. He's actually doing really well. Thanks for the comments and smiles :)

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  6. Oh how I love that kid (yet he has no clue who I am!) Thanks for the laugh, yet again!

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