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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

I curse the cell phone!

Ring. RING.

Mom opens one eye and peaks at clock. It is 8:00 am and she has been awakened out of a deep slumber by the infernal ring of the telephone.

RING.

M: hello

Girl: MOMMY! I'M COLD! (Screaming at top volume while giggles go on in the background.)

M: what?

Girl: IT'S COLD. THERE WAS NO POWER AT SCHOOL SO THEY MADE US ALL GET INTO THE FIELD HOUSE AND THEN SOMEBODY RANG THE FIRE ALARM SO WE ALL HAD TO GO OUTSIDE AND WE'VE BEEN WAITING FOR ABOUT 20 MINUTES AND IT IS COLD. (giggle giggle giggle)

M: wha?

Girl: I'M SO COLD.

M: and you're telling me this why?

Girl: OH WERE YOU SLEEPING? I'M SORRY. GO BACK TO SLEEP. (GIGGLE GIGGLE GIGGLE)

M: bye

Mom turns over and goes back to sleep where she dreams she is invited to Martha Stewarts house for a full day seminar on cooking with star chefs.

Curse those damn cell phones!

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1 Comments:

Blogger db said...

Awe... I get that each day, only I don't get woken by a phone call, instead the alarm of my cellphone.

It sucks, but we all gotta work, right?

Right.

19/1/07 11:34 AM  

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