Thursday, February 26, 2009

Heaven Help Me!

Yesterday, Sirri came running in the house after school.

"Momma, Momma! Today was my best day ever!"

She could hardly get the words out fast enough.

"Really Sirri? What happened?"

"Austin kissded me! And I liked it! And I'm going to marry him!"

So, Sirri had a lot to say, but her mother was speechless.

"Ready or not, Austin. Here I come!"

13 comments:

The Bakers said...

oh boy! you're in trouble. Ted Kendon to get the gun! just kidding :)

Cindy Bigelow said...

N-O W-A-Y!!!!!!!!!!!!!

did she REALLY say, "...and i liked it!"???? i too, am speechless.

(but i'm laughing really hard).

xoxo.

meyersbd said...

LOL!! This is only the beginning!!
Prepare youself now!!

Lauren in GA said...

When Evan came home with a girl's phone number when he was in Kindergarten I felt the world spin a little faster. It was terrifying.

Love how you said you were speechless. I have been speechless many times, too. I have quite a collection of gray hairs. It's lovely.

Angela said...

Oh Lisa, this really scares me. That picture is perfect for the thought. I wish children somehow understood that they have such a short time to be little, and the rest of forever to be an adult, and do adult things.

lara formisano said...

have fun kendon. get that shot gun out now!

Kim said...

richard and i laughed and laughed and laughed at this the other night!

she cracks me up!!

you're going to have your hands full.

i say, figure out how to keep her talking so openly with you when she's say, 16.

cath said...

don't worry too much, lisa. she might end up like me! i haven't been kisseded by a boy in over 10 years ... sigh.

Bridget said...

That is so funny! The look on her face there is priceless. SHe does look ready to pounce and attack.

the wrath of khandrea said...

HOT DAMN!

tell her to make sure she always has chapstick on hand. a little upkeep goes a long way.

the wrath of khandrea said...

oh wait. are we supposed to be discouraging this behavior???

my bad.

Ilene said...

Love the picture to go along with the story.

I remember my first "real" kiss at 16. I came into the house and told my mom and said it wasn't that great.

In retrospect, I'm sure my mom was doing a happy dance after I left the room.

Grandma W. said...

I even remember my boyfriend in the first grade ------ and you know how long ago that was!!! So, you really don't have to worry! It is all human nature and she will be just fine!! Her emotions are developing!! Just like the rest of her!!!!
Love all of you!