Friday, January 14, 2005

Thanks for the lovely time....

The other night I went to an all-female social gathering, and I brought along wee Adrian so the ladies could see him. (After all, they did throw us a baby shower a few months back.)
The event was held in someone's home. This individual also has an infant, a few weeks older than our little man. I had a good time talking with people I hadn't seen in a while, and Adrian didn't seem to mind all the extra attention.
However! The following day the host's husband approached my husband to ask if I had absconded with his infants pacifier.
Now seriously,people. Why would I take anything that didn't belong to me? Let alone a pacifier? If I really needed one, they cost like $1.50 at the store.
Maybe I'm just getting my knickers into a twist because I don't particularly care for the host of this soiree...But does anyone else think it's a bit rude to imply that I have stolen something from your house?

3 comments:

Gretchen said...

Sheesh, it's not like it was a priceless statuette of the Queen Mary or anything. It's a stupid pacifier. I'd be a little insulted too.

Anonymous said...

Well, HOW RUDE!
I think that the host and/or the host's husband need to be kicked in the shins. Hard. :-D

Ooooh handsome little Adrian, your blanket is almost done and school is trying to keep me from finishing it again, but I shall persevere!!!!!
Heh.
Lyre

Anonymous said...

I agree with Lyre. Rude.

Why would you want a rubber nipple-esque thingy that somebody else sucked on?

:D

~Kym