If your new to this Challenge, every day of April, minus the Sundays you blog about the letter assigned for that day. To find out why I’m blogging about what I’m blogging about, then go here. Today’s letter is
Samantha’s word – Samantha
She would use herself. Samantha is 10 going on 17. She has been growing up quite a bit in the last year. She is starting to look and talk like she’s older but then she goes and does stupid things like taking her fingernail and carving the word evil into her arm. Luckily it wasn’t deep and was gone in a day or two. I made her wear long sleeves to school the next day and told her I was emailing her teachers and if any of them see her with her sleeves up, they were to notify me. I didn’t really because teacher’s have enough crap to worry about without babysitting her but she knows that I email teachers so the threat alone should work. So while she pushes the boundaries like a 17 year old, she’s still the 10 year old who doesn’t know how to call my bluff yet. Not looking forward to they day she figures out her old man is full of crap.
I’m guessing tomorrow I’ll be doing a post about Trevor for the T’s.
Trevor’s word – Ski
I went skiing once, ended up in the hospital. I twisted my ankle pretty bad on a wipe out, on the rope tow. Yeah, you read that right, the rope tow. Apparently there was ice frozen to the bottom of my ski and it hooked something on my way up the hill (I live in Indiana, we don’t have mountains). But it twisted my ankle and they put me on a sled and pulled me to the first aid station where they proceeded to cut up my brand new Christmas socks, iced it up, put on a brace and sent me to the hospital for X-rays. I didn’t mind skiing and would do it again, it just doesn’t really come up much around here.