It’s Not All Mary Poppins

Conditioning

We’ve clearly been exposed to too much heavy machinery this month: whenever I back the stroller up (my super-deluxe four-seater stroller), we all spontaneously burst out with:

“Beep…beep…beep…beep…”

June 21, 2005 - Posted by | Mischief

8 Comments »

  1. Four seater, wow, you must have arms like Popeye!

    Comment by Kevin B | June 21, 2005 | Reply

  2. Thanks, Kev.

    Actually, the thing steers like a dream, turns on a dime, and weighs maybe 6 pounds, empty. I’ll have to post a picture.

    Comment by Mary P | June 21, 2005 | Reply

  3. Monster Stroller. Beep Beep Beep LOL

    Comment by August95 | June 21, 2005 | Reply

  4. It sure does draw attention to itself though. In the words of one of my friends, “That is one serious stroller!!”

    Comment by Mary's daughter | June 21, 2005 | Reply

  5. your last two posts were so cute mary p. i loved them!

    Comment by RitaPita | June 21, 2005 | Reply

  6. August: Yup. The company that makes it (Runabout, in Oregon)calls it their “mini-van”. I prefer Monster Stroller!

    Daughter: Yes, it sure does. I have a post on that very thing, called Reactions.

    You might enjoy it!

    Rita: Thanks! Appreciate the positive feedback!

    Comment by Mary P. | June 21, 2005 | Reply

  7. I agree with Rita, loved the last two posts and….this kept me awake last night. I hate being dishonest sooo, I have to tell you that you were right about what you guessed.I just didn’t want it to affect anyone or anything.Forgive me?

    Comment by ASouthernGirl | June 21, 2005 | Reply

  8. Oh, my! I would have responded to you privately, Southerngirl, but I couldn’t find an email address on your blog, so I’ll have to do it here. I wish I could do it privately, because we’re going a bit beyond public chit-chat here.

    There is no apology necessary at all, at all, and I have absolutely nothing to forgive you for. You are wholly entitled to keep your private life private. You would have been well within your rights to ignore the question altogether, or to tell me to mind my own business. In fact, I probably owe you an apology for prying. I generally do a better job of keeping my inappropriate curiosity in check!

    (If you want to say more in private, my email address is in my profile, but if you don’t want to, I am perfectly at ease with that, too.) Please don’t apologize for protecting yourself or someone else.

    I do sincerely apologize for probing, and putting you in a difficult position – in front of an audience, no less.

    Mary

    Comment by Mary P. | June 21, 2005 | Reply


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