nothing wrong with her appetite

candymostdandy@

Registered User
May 12, 2006
81
west sussex
1600 hrs mum - think I'll go to bed now
me - too early mum, not had dinner yet

1610 mum - think I'll go to be now
me - too early mum, not had dinner yet

1615 mum - think I'll go to be now
me - too early mum, not had dinner yet

1620 put together a meal for mum so she can eat before going to bed

1655 meal eaten
me - are you going to bed now then mum
mum - no its too early I'm not tired, got plates to wash


1845 dishing up meal to rest of family

me - do you want some dinner mum?
mum - well I want my dinner don't I

2005 after helping with washing up and clearing up kitchen (thats another
story for another day),

mum - going to bed now goodnight

me - goodnight mum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

jenniferpa

Registered User
Jun 27, 2006
39,448
Ah, but if she's like my mother, she'll be asking for more food in a couple of hours! Her carer said to me this morning "sometimes when I go in in the morning it's like she's had a party!"
 

Margarita

Registered User
Feb 17, 2006
10,824
london
20:05 after helping with washing up and clearing up kitchen
Gosh how lovely that your mum can still hep you with the washing up , Wish my mother had that moderation to do that
 

abby

Registered User
Dec 19, 2006
182
West Country
Sorry, but this tickled me.......so many examples lol

Yesturday, rountine, paid Dad's paper bill......

Me - ' Dad I've paid your paper bill, here's the receipt '
Dad - ' Thank you '

* shuffles of to get his ' coin ' tin *

Dad - ' Here dear, won't give you ' paper ', take the coins, I have too many, to heavy don't want them, don't like them '
Me - ' Ok Dad '

* together we count out 10/20/50 p's - slowly, very slowly*

Dad - ' I hate these coins - how do I get to £ 2 11s 3d ?'
Me - ' Dad that's old money...this is the new money...100 pennies to a pound remember ? '
Dad - ' When did they change it?'
Me - ' 1971 Dad '
Dad - ' No, they didn't,was last year '
Me - ' Ok Dad ! '

* Dad shuffles off muttering in true grumpy fashion*

Dad - 'That's it, now she's taken all my change, I like my coins ! '


* Stands in disbelief - considers putting my head through a wringer *