Hide and seek in our 60s

We were all tucked into bed last night….hahaha….he was listening to some UTube video with whirling saws and the volume loud enough I could smell the saw dust.  I was playing poker with friends on line…..I was thirsty.  I slipped out of bed…he said, where are you going (he’s thinking I’m going for peanut butter and crackers in bed).  I gave him the snarky look and said well, I guess if you want to know you will get your a$$ out of bed and find out.  Who knew.

By the time I got to the kitchen door and flipped on the light, a backward glance saw movement at the bedroom door…I slipped into the laundry room and snuggled up against the dryer.  Frannie was laying in the laundry room so I was pretty sure she would give me away by  looking at me also wondering what I was doing.  But like a good little puppy, she kept her head down on her paws….when he got to the kitchen door I heard a little half giggle as he did an about face and began the search into the other dark rooms  and finally back into the kitchen.  At this point I’m starting to lose myself with some giggle snorts….but then I said to myself…the old man is deaf, he’ll never hear me and Frannie is still not looking up. Eventually he walked into the laundry room and found my hiding place….and we giggled…and we giggled…and we giggled.

Thanks, Jax for bringing hide and seek back into our lives!

Until next time…..

6 thoughts on “Hide and seek in our 60s

  1. Sounds like fun. Silliness is good for the soul.

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  2. He should have just turned out the lights and went to sleep.

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  3. 😀 I love it! Way to be! 😀

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  4. I love this story! It is so important to have fun. I hope you have a happy fun day today!

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