Last night, Kes was walking, (barefoot), through the kitchen on her way to the living room when she stepped on something. She yelled, “Oww!”, and limped over to the couch to examine her foot.
“Yes, dear. I’m right here.”, I deep sighed… (I guess I should know where she gets it.)
“Ohmigosh Mom! There’s a piece of glass in my foot!” She glances up and says accusingly, “You left glass on the floor when you broke that glass cake pan the other day!”
You know how Pyrex shatters, eight million gillion pieces, give or take 6 or 7. I am STILL finding chunks of it two rooms away as it fairly exploded when it hit the ground. Not to mention the worst part was I was taking a batch of brownies out of the oven when I dropped it.
She plucks the offending shard out and shows it to me. “It’s huge, Mom!”
She begins to tease now, “You left it there to stab me! I’m bleeding Mom! Quick get me a band aid, Neosporin, and hydrogen peroxide. Hurry, Mom, HURRY!
I am laughing at the fuss she is making and go to the bathroom to get the stuff. While I’m in there I hear her flip open her phone and start madly texting. She finishes up pretty soon after I get back and doctor her toe. I asked, so, who were you texting, and she replied, boyfriend. What did you tell him? She flipped her cell back open with the ubiquitous deep sigh/eye roll and read,
“I don’t think I can cook dinner for us nonight, as I am wounded. Mom has stabbed me with a piece of the pyarrhea cake pan.”
Swear to God, she flipped the cell shut and looked me straight in the face and said “WHAT?”
I couldn’t stop laughing. And even when I told her it was Pyrex, not pyarrhea, she still didn’t see what was so funny when she thought she was just being a litte silly.