Friday, June 7, 2013

Mother Worries

While The Husband was reading Rabbit Hill by Robert Lawson to the boys last night, he stopped after this passage:

"Any occurrence, good or bad, which upset the order of Mother's days always brought on a fit of worry, and of course the present great excitement had resulted in a perfect frenzy. She had thought of every danger or unpleasantness which might accompany the arrival of the new Folks and was now inventing new and unlikely ones."

The Husband looked at the boys and raised one eyebrow. "That rabbit mama sounds just like your mama." 


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That's funny. Must be a fairly common "mother" malady... ;)