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Been given a right telling off!!

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maggiewinchester

maggiewinchester Report 20 Jul 2008 11:02

I'm the only one out of 4 who 'gets it' !!

Mind you, I have been told off for holding out my hand for my eldest (27) to hold when we cross the road!! LOL

I fluffed it off by saying I wanted her to see me across safely!! Don't think she believed me though.

maggiewinchester

maggiewinchester Report 20 Jul 2008 10:25

Like you Karen, my mum thinks I'm 8 years old!! My (elder) sister didn't believe me until we went to stay with her. They were preparing for a party and I volunteered to set the chairs out. I was up early, was having the first of my 2 morning cups of tea when mum told me to 'hurry up and do as I was told'!!! I couldn't look at my sister, out of the corner of my eye I could see her about to burst out laughing!!
Well... I had offered and as it was 8am and the party wasn't until 7pm I thought I had plenty of time.
Silly me!!!

Being a grandmother didn't make me feel any older either!!!

maggie

Mrs.  Blue Eyes

Mrs. Blue Eyes Report 19 Jul 2008 22:52

I make my mum phone me when she's leaving to visit friends/relatives and then phone me when she gets there..... and yes I give her a ticking off if she doesn't,,, she's in her 70s lol

Kim from Sandhurst

Kim from Sandhurst Report 19 Jul 2008 22:16

Muffy

Yep know exactly where ya coming from

but then while on hols checked every day how me dog was with me Mum pmsl

spose it's like mother/ father like daughter/son family traits lol

kim

Muffyxx

Muffyxx Report 19 Jul 2008 21:02

I know exactly what you mean Kim.

My Mum and Dad went away for 5 days and rang me twice a day. Once to make sure we were all ok ........20 questions about what the kids did at school what they were having for dinner !!! and the other time to check I'd remembered to visit their cat and that their Dog I was looking after was not pining FGS.

I'm 38 and have kept dogs and cats all my life why they think I'd neglect theirs I have absolutely no idea lol

They don't phone me everyday when they're home!!! lol xx

MaggyfromWestYorkshire

MaggyfromWestYorkshire Report 19 Jul 2008 20:59

Reminds me of my mum Kim. She bought me my lunch today, then complained how expensive it was! Still wouldn't let me pay though!

Kim from Sandhurst

Kim from Sandhurst Report 19 Jul 2008 20:40

Buggs

I used to do that with my Mum also but she used to pick the phone up after 1 ring, then on the phone for ages! lol

M from WY

I remember those days, but my Mum would go in a shop and buy me something then tell me I owe her!! lol



Kim

MaggyfromWestYorkshire

MaggyfromWestYorkshire Report 19 Jul 2008 20:19

Funny you should say that Kim. I took my mum shopping today and found it was a strange case of role-reversal. I felt like she was the child and I was her mum!!

She was a really bad influence though and I spent far too much money!!

P.S. I also have to ring my mum when I get home and make her do the same!

Peipal

Peipal Report 19 Jul 2008 20:09

lol thought so Kim pmsl

hows me uncle ??

Mrs Presley

Mrs Presley Report 19 Jul 2008 19:53

*scared*...heheh!

Kim from Sandhurst

Kim from Sandhurst Report 19 Jul 2008 19:50

Well am glad to hear I am not the only one!!

MP I'll get me own back on you one day for that pmsl

Steve it's me Mum's, couldn't ya guess by me getting a telling off, they are all scary lol

Kim

Peipal

Peipal Report 19 Jul 2008 19:37

Kim which branch of our family is that doll lolololol ??????????

ohhhhhhh ya will soon be 51 hahaha

MayBlossomEmpressofSpring

MayBlossomEmpressofSpring Report 19 Jul 2008 19:36

When OH and I were going to the Rhos on Sea Meet, my daughter was having fits thinking we'd be spirited away and we are 76 and 74 respectively.

Mrs Presley

Mrs Presley Report 19 Jul 2008 19:33

Jenny that is soo lovely!x
BTW Kim...50!! *faints*hehe!!

Meduck

Meduck Report 19 Jul 2008 19:31

Kim Years after my mum died, my dad started seeing another lady
At the age of 25 I found myself saying to him one night when he came home"and what time do you call this" He was in his sixties at the time

MrDaff

MrDaff Report 19 Jul 2008 19:30

Nope... I'm 54 and you should hear the lectures I get about meeting folk off dodgy internet sites, lol... from my sons and my father!!


My mother would come with me given half a chance, lol

Nice to see you by the way... I haven't seen you around for a while, but we may just not have been online at the same time

Love

Daff xxx

Mrs Presley

Mrs Presley Report 19 Jul 2008 19:29

Act like a child and you will be treated like one!!!pmsl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

♥ Kitty the Rubbish Cook ♥

♥ Kitty the Rubbish Cook ♥ Report 19 Jul 2008 19:28

Awwwww.................it's because they love you Kim, to them you are still a little girl! :)))) lol

Kim from Sandhurst

Kim from Sandhurst Report 19 Jul 2008 19:25

Got back yesterday from visiting Aunt's, Uncles & cuzzy's, told to ring when I got home, well I forgot as I was going out.

Have I been the riot act or what today!

I'm 50 fgs lol

am I the only one at my age who still gets treated like a child?

Kim