Thursday, December 14, 2006

Sooooooooooo embarrassing!!!!

I feel like hiding under a rock and hibernating there! LOL! Today, I was in such a rush before going out to work, I was in the midst of getting the compost to throw on top of the garden and then in the afternoon I had to pick up my mom to take her to the hairdresser's for her haircut. Just as I was headed to the front door, all frazzled because the past while has been way too hectic with so much stuff that needs to be done all the time...*ding dong* Someone was at the front door.

It was the Purolator guy delivering some parts for one of Hubby's many machines on the farm. The delivery guy said it was for Mrs. M (my mother-in-law, not me) so I told him she lived at the farm before ours. I should have just signed for the darn thing because when I called her, she was at choir practice.

Here's where the embarrassing part comes in. When I opened the door, the Purolator guy gave me the strangest I was an alien or something. When I got outside, I realized why! My dog had found parts of a deer in the woods or fields by us and had proudly displayed them as trophies for all to see.....right on our front step!!! The poor delivery guy must think we're absolute hillbillies or trailer trash! "Hey, Pa wuts fer dinner? We gots us sum deer parts out front 'o our house." OMG! Soooooooooooo embarrassing! It was sooooo gross! Meanwhile, my dog's all proud of his find---deer pelts all over the yard, and two legs (one partially eaten and the other fresh). Bleeechhhh...why do animals have to be so gross??

I must get Hubby to get rid of Chance's trophies by tomorrow. Our pastor and his wife are coming for supper! Now, that's one way to lose some dinner guests! LOL! on the sure is interesting!


ahappilymarriedmommy said...

Bwahahahahahaha!!! That's so funny Chris! Your dog is hillarious!

Chrissy121875 said...

Yeah, I know. Total hicksville! LOL! :) That poor, poor delivery guy!

Mama C-ta said...

LOL that's so funny...and gross.

Follow me over to my new-ish location, I didn't have your email addy to email it to you.

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