Thursday, November 18, 2010

It Would Have Made Sense with an Urbane Gentleman Around...

Okay, we haven't determined yet if my dad meant it as a joke since my mom recently got her senior citizen's ID, or if he was really being kind since my mom has been complaining of knee pains (not enough to make her hobble or limp though), but he came home last night and presented her with a... walking stick. I know you don't have to be elderly or feeble to use one, but around here, only the ones who have trouble walking use canes. In any case, Marguerite and I have been having fun with Mom's. My daughter's more imaginative (and dangerous to fragile objects) when she plays, while I mostly stick to my Dr. House impressions (thumping it on the floor, while yelling "Attica! Attica!" at innocent bystanders).

Blurry pictures up ahead (Marguerite kept on moving):

7 comments:

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Ha- If one not ready to act "old" the tool can always be a toy. Maybe outside, though!

Nikka said...

My dad uses one and Ty gets a kick out of it. Ty imitates him by using lengths of toy train track and loudly complaining. :)

spinninglovelydays said...

@Sharkbytes: It IS a great toy, lol

@Nikka: I'd love to see Ty doing that! :D

chubskulit said...

Well, she can use it in the future sis hehehe.. The model is so cute!

spinninglovelydays said...

Thanks! :)

Hopefully not because she'll ever need its help, lol

The Kano said...

I loved reading about your "House" impersonation!

spinninglovelydays said...

Thanks, Dave. Heaven help me, I think that mean jerk is really funny, lol