Wednesday, April 18, 2012

H is for Hilarious

So I kind of got behind on blogging through the alphabet. Don't judge. It happens. ;)

I am sitting here trying to think of words that begin with the letter H because I have exactly one hour and 28 minutes before I have to come up with an "I" word. Hmm.....

Husband. Hes great. I don't have much to say about him at the moment. Besides you just might be tired of hearing about him.

Hero. My grandma. I couldn't possible post all I would have to say about her in one hour and 27 minutes.

Help Meet. Yes that's a good one but I would have to pray before I opened that can of worms.

Hippo. What could you possible even say about a hippo?

Hunk. See back to my husband again.

Help. Between physical therapy (now Carter and Taylor) and softball I could use some help with my house work.

Honest. Honestly this shouldn't be this hard.

Hair. I hate my hair at the moment. Although it is completely vain I have an obsession with my hair. One day I like it blond and then my hubby says I like it natural so I go natural and then I want it blond again. When I was little my hair was very blonde and as I got older it got darker. So brunette is now natural but blond feels natural! Opinions??

Hamper. Mine is beyond full! See "help" above...

Habits. I have a few habits that I never even knew I had. Like standing on the side of my foot. Especially when I am nervous. Brian says its cute. Isn't he sweet? I also have a habit of making sure I don't offend people. I'm always so scared to hurt someones feelings. So if I think that I have hurt their feelings I make sure that I didn't actually hurt their feelings like a hundred times. Although today I am wishing some other people had that habit so I could tell them that they should be careful with their words.

Heartache. It kills me to see my kids being left out. Home schooled kids really do make good friends if they would just get to know them! Why does growing up have to be so difficult?

Helmet. I think it would be a good idea for my son to wear a helmet 20 hours out of a day. Really.

History. I am yet to find a great history that I love for the kids.

Homestead. I just love the sound of the word. I love my little homestead!

Hoop.  I am so excited that this weekend we are making a hoop house for our new chickens. It should be an adventure because although my husband is really great at a lot of things, building is not his strong point. Pictures to follow....

and last but not least....Hilarious...
I shouldn't but I cant help but repeat this story.

Sometimes Taylor gets her words mixed up. Today at physical therapy her therapist (that she has known since she was just a wee thing) was moving her over to her belly. Tay yelled out like something hurt her. We asked her what was wrong and she told her therapist that she now has to be careful because her pupils are growing bigger and they are very tender!

It was beyond hilarious! It may be one of those things that you just had to be there to get the full effect of hilariousness but I still can't help but giggle. 





8 comments :

tesha said...

Hi, Well you are a rare beauty that looks fabulous as a brunette or blond.  My Hamper if full also, LOL well no one else thinks it is funny. Yes growing up is difficult, homeschooling kids rock they are so much more original than the average cookie cutter. Yes that is so hilarious... poor girl :) This is a really cute idea.

Marcy @ Ben and Me said...

I love this!

MirandaHupp said...

Thanks for your sweet comments! Too bad those hampers weren't self cleaning. Since that is never going to happen, today is laundry day!

MirandaHupp said...

 Thanks, Marcy!

michelle ray said...

Hi Miranda, I am friends with your Grandma. I helped set up her facebook , so I occasionly pop on and help her if she cant figure something out. I catch your blog sometimes and love reading  it, so decided to follow it. Your a true inspiration as a mom. I have 2 kids kelsey is 11 and doesnt want to grow up ( I dont want her to either) and conner is 8 and cant wait to grow up. They are like night and day. I am a sahm, I dont homeschool, but can relate to some of the same things you blog about. Especially the part about seeing your kids left out. that  breaks my heart too. Kelsey struggles socially and get left out alot. But anyway, I will stop rambling lol. I only have an hr before my husband gets home and I have to attempt to make it look like I havent wasted my day on the computer. lol PS your Grandma speaks very higly of you and your family. She is great women

MirandaHupp said...

 Michelle, Thank you so much for your kind words. That means a lot me. Yes, my grandma is an amazing woman. She has been an inspiration to me since I can remember. I would love to actually meet you sometimes. We were at church on Easter Sunday. Maybe next time we can be introduced. :)

michelle ray said...

I saw you at church, I said hello when you were walking in. I should have introduced myself. your Granma has been an inspiration to me as well, I was a lost soul when I walked into her little church. She has helped me be a better person in so many ways. I would love to meet you also, maybe this summer I could bring your Grandma on a road trip to see you.

MirandaHupp said...

 That would be great!

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