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What My Mother Taught Me


I don't know who authored this but It gave me a good laugh...


My mother taught me LOGIC
LIKE- "If you fall off that swing and break your neck, you can’t go to the store with me."


My mother taught me MEDICINE
LIKE- "If you don’t stop crossing your eyes, they’re going to freeze that way"


My mother taught me ESP
LIKE- "Put your sweater on; don’t you think I know when you’re cold?"


My mother taught me TO MEET A CHALLENGE
Like- "Where’s your brother and don’t talk with food in tour mouth. Now answer me."


My mother taught me HUMOR
Like- "When that lawnmower cuts your toes off, don’t come running to me."


My mother taught me CONSEQENCES
Like- "You’re grounded and this is what is best for you. You’ll thank me one day."


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26 comments:

  1. Our Mom's sound so much alike!!! ;-) HOPE you have a great day, my sweet friend!!!

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  2. You had a wonderful mother did you not? Beck Jane! Happy Tuesday

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  3. Funny...Great advise from Mom... we do thank them someday!

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  4. @Deb, I wouldn't doubt that our Moms are so much alike, their Daughters are pretty cool! LOL

    @Rhonda, My Mom was awesome! Thanks

    @Kim, Someday is right!

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  5. Ha ha! My mom taught me she had eyes in the back of her head. "Hey girl! Just cause I'm folding laundry doesn't mean I can't see you! Get your head out of the pantry!"

    Sharon

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  6. @Sharon...that's the way my Mom was...never could figure out how she knew! LOL

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  7. LOL.... I sure can relate to those. Especially about the eye crossing.

    mrsmomx6, I used to tell my Daughter I had eyes in the back of my head too. LOL

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  9. @Candida, We must be related somehow...lol

    @Mamaw, Thanks for the award...you are so sweet!

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  10. It's funny, when you look back and realize just how much logic we learn from our mothers...
    Mine also had eyes in the back of her head and could see through walls. We learned many years later she could see us in mirrors on our dressers!

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  11. Ms. Becky Jane...I'll have to agree with your comment about our Mom's having some pretty awesome daughters!!! ;-)

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  12. Soo True! I think I have repeated them word for word with my own kids!

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  13. @Rachel, Mom's are so smart!!! At least that's what I keep telling my kids...lol

    @Deb, Yes! Yes! Yes!

    @FLAG, Wouldn't it be funny to carry a recorder with us to record our conversations with our kids? lol

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  14. I had to chuckle when I read some because I'm sure some of my kids could say the same about me.
    My daughter and grand kids were staying with me and Kel wanted to go with me to gather eggs. He came bare legged with flip flops. Big mistake with these chickens as they thought toes were worms. "Without thinking I said, Well at least you won't ruin a pair of socks when they peck your toes off." He looked horrified and my daughter said, "Welcome to my world. This is the humor I lived with!" I just laughed because I really should have said, "Go get on a pair of socks!" So obvioulsy I was one of those mothers.

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  15. @Grace, I can just see the look on his face...I'm still laughing !!!

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  16. I caught myself yelling, "No running or jumping in the house!" and "Put that toilet brush down!". Yup, I am officially a mom.

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  17. That is pretty good Becky Jane ;D I love the one about not running to me when you cut your toes off, snicker!

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  18. That is funny Becky Jane. Isn`t it crazy some of the things we Mothers say to our kids. Thanks for the laugh.

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  19. This sounds just like my mom! And I can hear myself saying this stuff now too, lol!

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  20. This sounds familiar! My mom's favorite line was, "You'll play the piano until you're 18 or die--whichever comes first." Gotta love it. :)

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  21. So true, So true!
    My husband's mother use to tell him, "if you laugh during dinner you'll cry when you go to bed." He never knew what she meant by that but it always stopped him from laughing at the table.

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  22. I love mom logic!!! We always got the "When you get sick and die don't come running to me"!!

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  23. Thanks for all your funny comments. I chuckle at the things Moms say when they get frustrated at their kids!

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  24. those comments sound familiar! they are so great. my grandparents always say them, such great logic. coming to you from voice boks. have a great day!

    kathryn
    www.thedragonsfairytail.blogspot.com
    www.thebusybeefamileee.blogspot.com

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