Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Embarrasing Moments


The other day my daughter and I went for a walk. The topic was "most embarrassing moments". I shared a few of mine to her amusement and then she went on to tell me a story that I had never heard. It happened two years ago.

Being that I normally work on Saturdays I miss out on all fun it seems. At the end of the school year Sean does his best to visit as many graduation open houses as he can. This means that he takes all the kids with him. I don't want to know about how many pieces of cake they eat on those weekends.

The word is that while going to one of these parties, Sean, six children and a few Korean students who he was transporting walked into the wrong home. They saw all of the cars parked along the street and just assumed that the party was in this one particular house. Since it was an open house, they just walked right on in the front door to find a very horrified lady watching TV in her pajamas. The lady screamed loudly and the group of about ten ran as fast as they could.

When I brought it up later the kids that remembered burst out in hysterics. What a great story. I'm glad I asked.

11 comments:

Cindy-Still His Girl said...

Hilarious! :) No wonder Sean never told you that story. :)

You're a good momma to talk a walk with a TOPIC!

SarahR said...

That is so funny! I hate going to someone's house for the first time and it is not marked well (sometimes in more rural areas when the mailbox is not directly in front of the house). I am scared of knocking on the wrong door. Especially with kids in tow. What a pain it would be to get them out of their car seats only to fasten them back in - something they're not fond of.

Saralyn said...

Very funny!

Tisha said...

That is great!!! I am still laughing...

Duckygirl said...

Hahaha! Very funny :)

A walk with a topic is a great idea!

-Laura

shay said...

That is awesome lol.
Can you imagine?!

mom24 said...

Okay - ROFL! I can't imagine how freaked she was!
Hope he learned his lesson from that one!
Andrea

Anonymous said...

Funny! I remember that!
Hannah

Michelle said...

That's hysterical!

Tara said...

That's awesome!

But, you're missing out on going to open houses. My husband is a teacher as well. I don't cook for at least two whole weekends in the springtime during "open house season". :)

eally said...

I am way behind on reading my favorite blogs! I am playing catch up today. Just getting around to reading this story. This is hilarious!! I can only imagine MY reaction if a group like that waltzed into MY house! ROFLOL!!!