Sunday, July 5, 2009

Tampons in testimony meeting

Today in sacrament meeting I got brave and decided to bear my testimony. So, I get up there and am all emotional and about mid-way through I look over to where Nate & the kids are sitting (in the very front row of one of one of the side sections) and a bunch of people are laughing, including Nate. I completely lost my train of thought so I quickly ended my testimony and sat down. When I asked Nate what happened he was laughing so hard he could not tell me. The nice lady behind us leaned toward me and told me Carson had gotten a tampon out of my bag, taken the wrapper off, and was swinging it by the string in circles while facing the entire congregation. Needless to say, I was completely humiliated. Leave it to Carson to entertain himself, and many others, with a tampon.

9 comments:

ray-ray says said...

I can't stop laughing!!!!!!!!

That's the best embarassing story I have ever heard!!!

Just one question:

What was the heck was Nate doing that he didn't notice what his well-behaved boy was doing?

GammaHaynes said...

Oh my gosh that is so funny. Maybe you should put those in a child bag from now on. You will laugh hard some day and there's blackmail and pay back when he grows up. You can tell the story to his friends.

GammaHaynes said...

Okay, I meant to say child proof bag. But child's bag works also, because if its in there bag they won't want to play with it.

Maria said...

That is tooo funny! I have to agree you will laugh about this for many years in the future!

Jenn said...

oh carson! that is the funniest story i've ever heard! you'll have to remind him of this story when he's older! haha!

Mer said...

Ha ha!!!!!! That is the funniest thing ever! That's one to be told at his wedding dinner, for sure.

Kelly said...

I can't believe I missed that! That is too funny.

Brittany said...

hahahaha!!! That is so stinkin funny!! Oh if Carson only knew!! Do you know how embarrassed he will be one day from that story!!! I LOVE it!!!

Our little (growing) family . . . said...

I guess you can't use the line "that isn't mine" in that situation. (talking about the tampon, but I guess about your son too...haha) That would've been embarassing for sure, but something to laugh about later! P.S. I'm going to be in Utah this weekend (11th-13th)but I don't have your number on my new phone. Can you call if you think we can meet up?