Friday, February 12, 2010

Crutch Cruelty?

I'll have to get off my crutches soon.
My grandson, Hooli (3) must think my injury has turned me into an alien or something.
He lurked nervously, keeping a safe distance from me and my bandaged, swollen ankle.
When I asked him if he was afraid of my injured foot (kids can be funny like that), he answered:
"No, I'm scared you will hit me with your sticks."
Huh?

9 comments:

Meriel said...

bwaha ha ha.
ag shame. :-)

Lynette said...

heehee...
psycho grandma...lol!

reanaclaire said...

hahaha...cute.. he tot u will abuse him with the sticks..lol...

allie said...

Its all vey well for you lot to laugh.
I am deeply psychically damaged by my grandson's perception of me.

Bwahahahahaaaaa

Ness at Drovers Run said...

OMG I just laughed so hard at Hooli's answer that I dislodged a big hee-uge whad of phlegm. I guess laughter *IS* the best medicine.

You're welcome for the visual (snigger).

No seriously, I really needed to laugh a bit. Was me'da's funeral today, and aside from my brother acting like a colossal schmuck, it went okay.

Simply-Mel said...

i was there when he said this and it totally cracked me up...its not that granny is a psycho its just that she is (was) completely unco-ordinated with those *sticks*. We feared for our safety. LOL

Kirsty said...

mwahahahahaa!! Hooli belongs in my zoo, I think!
How you getting on with those sticks??
If you remember the following mantra, then going up and down stairs will be a doddle:
"Good goes to heaven, bad goes to hell"
Translated - when going up stairs, go up with your good leg first, when goling down stairs, go down with your bad leg first!
Sterkte! x

Lynette said...

Take care of your ankle...hope it is better soon:)

allie said...

@ Ness - glad Hooli could give you a belly laugh on a difficult day. He is a very funny kid - you just never know what he is going to come out with next.

@ Mel - how could you blow my cover like that?!
I'm going to make you try walking with the 'sticks' and video yhour attempt.
Then I'm going to POST the video here :-)

@ Kirsty - thanks physio girl!
You can't have him for your zoo tho: we like having him ours.

@ Lynette - thanks for thinking of me even in the midst of your own deep waters, sweetie.