The Curse of Nathan

Posted: January 24, 2014 in curses, family, Grown kids, humor, love

Oh, where do I start?  I love that my home is back to normal, laughing, wrestling, chasing…we are grown ups, we are allowed to run in the house now, just not with scissors.  haha  We have had laughs and conflicts that were quickly resolved with love and hugs.  And a bit of excitement.

I decided I wanted a job at a specific place…two weeks ago.  So I went in on a Friday and got an application, filled it out and they said they would call me on Monday.  They didn’t so I went up there.  Turned out the manager took off that week, unexpectedly.  They said she would be back the following Monday.  So I went back the next Monday.  She said she had just gotten back and they had a shipment she was dealing with and that she would look at my app and call me back on Tuesday.  She didn’t call.  So I went back on Wednesday.  She lost my app and had me fill out another then took me in her office and interviewed me and I start next week!

Another day, my son in law came to me and said he and my son have decided that the reason we have a ghost in our house and we all got so sick was due to a curse that Nathan put on us.  If you remember, Nathan was the stranger who walked into our house on New Years around 2 am and used our bathroom.  He was a stranger and was promptly escorted out of the house with my son in law cussing at him and holding a gun.  So now they are convinced Nathan has hexed our home.  They do make me giggle a lot.

Alright, that is enough for now.  Rather short and sweet this week.  You’re welcome.  haha

Thank you for reading and have a great week.  x

And don’t forget to check out my daughter’s blog:  http://victoryasite.wordpress.com/2014/01/24/cliff-notes/

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Comments
  1. I don’t think you should even USE the words “running” and “scissors” in the same paragraph when talking about our household. Seems like bad luck.

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