My Three Silly Sons

The two younger sons came home from college for the weekend.  And you gotta laugh at how:

Youngest son can get a 4.0 his first semester and carry 20 credits his second semester and yet can NEVER figure out how to open up a box of Cheese Nips or a cereal box the right way.

Middle son sat for 45 minutes out on the porch in 35 degree weather because he didn’t want to wake anybody up to unlock the door when he popped home on Saturday morning.   But then, when Big Daddy runs outside in his boxers real quick to get something from J’s truck, J turns on the driveway light.  Haha.  Good one, J.

And our dear Soldier Son in Iraq, who like most teens, couldn’t wait to move out when he was younger, sent us an e-mail that said “you know what kind of people aren’t online when I am? Haters.  Please don’t be a hater <3”.  And it broke my heart because we weren’t being haters.  The stupid power was out because of the wind and we lost our opportunity to talk to him today.  Love ya, Chris!!!<3

3 Responses to “My Three Silly Sons”

  1. 1 Chrissy February 10, 2008 at 11:56 pm

    I swear!
    Those boys always make me laugh!
    You really should post more stories about them.
    I LOVE reading them!
    Plus it gives me ammunition to use on Soldier Boy.
    Keep blogging. <333

    -“The Daughter-in-law”

  2. 2 mamaneeds2rant February 11, 2008 at 10:26 am

    I know dear “dil”. I could write a book about them!

  3. 3 Chris February 14, 2008 at 4:47 pm

    And it would, of course, be a best-seller, ’cause we’re so gosh-darn awesome. =D

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