Wednesday, September 3, 2008

As requested a response to comments

Here it is, Anonymous asked for a response to the occasional comment

Anonymous said...
Ha, ha, ha, funny...I read your blog quite often and I would like to see you respond to some of the comments!! Pretty please ???

Valerie left this comment on our post about the trip to St. Louis

August 25, 2008 9:16 PMValerie said...
You two crazy kids always know how to have fun! The roller skating mama is a smart one -- at my 30th b-day party last year at the roller rink they allowed strollers, and let me tell you, that is a work-out. A very good work-out. And the priest -- did he have to buy a separate seat for his good buddy Jesus? Surely that didn't fit in the overhead bin?Amy, you look super cute in your dress in the pictures! [the author of this post couldn't agree more]
August 22, 2008 2:03 PM

And here is my Wife's witty reply

Valerie - We didn't actually get to board the flight with the priest who was toting the giant Jesus, so we're unsure as to how he handled the situation. However, concerning the nun with the massive Mary, she put Mary under the seat in front of her until we had taken off. (It was a tight fit, but she made it work.) However, once we were airborne, the sister picked up her massive Mary and cuddled the statute until she had to be stowed again for landing. Fortunately, she had a Mary cozy to protect it while stowed.Another funny thing concerning this nun, in case anyone is still reading, is that later in the flight she went into the lav. However, she failed to lock the door. We were on a 777, and she was in the lav in the middle of the plane. Along came a man who reached out and flung the door open wide (quite unnecessary). There she sat. Poor thing! You can't believe the apologies this man uttered. After all, she's a nun! It was hilarious! Although, thank God, we were able to keep our giggles to low chuckles rather than all-out belly laughs. It's still one of our favorite flight tales. This particular sister gave us much reason for laughter during the whole four-hour flight.

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