K and I had dinner at my parent's house the other night. B was at a friends and the boys were all wrapped up in hockey. K and I alone at my parents is a very rare occasion. All I remember is that there was a lot of laughter and Olympics and wine, but the one pertinent story was from my dad.
He went to the doctor's recently for a check up and the nurses began by asking him how he was and if he had any problems. Well, things were good and he felt good, but he did have one problem.
He said, "Sometimes my leg will go numb. It happens while I am shopping with my wife."
The nurses were hysterical and quite honestly so were K and I as he was reiterating the story. So we asked him to explain further.
Evidently when he and my mom shop in places like Kohls or TJMaxx, one of my Dad's legs fall asleep. My mom sends him to the men's department while she goes on her shopping mission and 9 times out of 10, after 15 minutes, one of my dad's legs falls asleep. K asked if it was the leg of the pocket that he kept his wallet in.
If he is puttering around the yard, he has no problem
If he is shoveling the driveway, he has no problem.
If he is golfing, he has no problem.
He only has this problem when he is. Shopping. With. My. Mom.
I do not have a punch line for this story, but I can tell you that we were laughing so hard at dinner, tears were rolling down our faces. And, yes, I mean all 4 of us. My mom even had her silent laugh going which when that happens, K mimics and makes it all the more funny. I guess if you see a guy limping around the men's department of Kohls, please offer him a chair and a cup of strong black coffee.
That is hysterical. Bless his heart. :)
I want to silent laugh...wait... [grabs a bottle of white...I'll be right over!
tears are running down both sides of my face...I can just see Tom, swear!
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