Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Birthday Diva #4

OK, so this morning it hit me that I should probably not tell you all of this stuff about me because.....
You now know what a dork I truly am....lol.
Do you remember Erma Bombeck? She wrote hilarious books about her family life.
Hollie, thank you for pointing out that that is MY life as well....lol.
 
Ok so.... today's story is more about the day I gave my brother a heart attack ( sorry Blair... ).
Blair and I were home alone one day while our mom was at work. I was about maybe 5, that would have made him around 12.
And..... pretending I was driving a car, I used a bobbie pin... for a key.... I stuck it in the closest
empty recepticle close to me... you guessed it... a light socket.
It blew me backwards and shot sparks out. Poor Blair...lol... he he he.... it's not really funny... *snort*.. He started to cry, smoke was coming out of the wall and off my finger.... bahahahahah... he called my mom, and my grandma had to leave work to come and check on me. I was in so much trouble!
it was a...
ShOcKiNg ExPeRiEnCe....lol!
xox
 





25 comments :

jen ormsbee said...

Nikki! I truly love reading these posts! You have a great style to your writing :) You should write a book!

--jen

Helen said...

LOL My mother will appreciate this because when I was about 3-4 I stuck a metal hair clip in the electrical outlet. Much of the same results you had! lol It was scary! Thanks for the reminder! ~H

Stephenie said...

I am enjoying your stories! Thank You and Happy Birthday!

Marianne said...

Sounds like you were quite a handful when you were young (maybe still are LOL). Makes me wonder what you have in store for us tomorrow!

Suze said...

Thanks for sharing this - I'm enjoying reading your stories. Happy Birthday to You. Hugs, Suze

Gwyn said...

Nikki, I have a bobbie pin story (those darn things). My Mom used to clean out the wax in our ears with bobbie pins. (long time ago before Q-tips!) My twin sister was sleeping and I decided to clean out her ear for her with a bobbie pin, silly me, I punctured her ear drum and my Mom had to take her to the doctors right away. I cried because I wanted to go with my twin to the doctors but my Mom said absolutely not I had to stay at home. Any time I hear the word bobbie pin I remember they can be very dangerous in the hand of a five year old! Happy Birthday! Gwyn

Carolyn Green said...

Gave you a shout-out on my blog - thanks for sharing your fabulous creations!

http://ebthekitchensink.blogspot.com/2012/08/my-classroom.html

Kathy Salazar said...

Kp 'em coming Nikki- this stuff is too good to be made up! I'm lovin' it all!
xo

Kelly G said...

That's hysterical...though I'm sure it wasn't at the time. Happy Birthday!

Laura W said...

Oh my gosh,your stories are great. But your image.. I have tears streaming down my face from laughing so hard! Thanks so much for sharing the stories and your digis
`hugs`

Kiwi Sarah said...

How are you still alive! I've seen some one put their finger in a light socket and won't forget it in a hurry. Loving the stories and the images

SiskiyouSue said...

This is too great! I don't think I've ever seen a digi with more personality... Thank you!

Kathleen said...

Great stories and wonderful freebies...um yeah I stuck a pair of scissors in the outlet. Don't ask me why. Thanks!

Mrs. S. said...

Hilarious!! Thanks, after the day I've had, I needed that laugh! :)


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Edwina said...

That sounds so funny. I can't help but laugh. I know it was not, but the way you told it is just too funny. Thanks for sharing your story and the digi. Edwina Brown

hoptownracer1 said...

Have enjoyed reading your birthday stories! Happy Birthday! :)

Patty said...

Wow...that's just crazy! I was watching my two youngest grandsons today, and when I was changing the 8 month old's diaper, the 18th month old decided to plug & unplug the fan in the outlet in the room!! I of course yelled out "NO" in a loud (drop it or I will kill you) voice and it worked!! Scary!!

Moments by Marla said...

Your poor brother! Did they lock you up in room with padded walls after this second time where you beat death? :o) The image is adorable and I really do enjoy reading your stories. I'm just thinking what story will you put on here tomorrow.

Amy said...

This story is funny now only because you survived...and it really IS funny. Thanks for sharing your story AND your digi.

ike said...

OMG !! You shouldn't be allowed out.... snort !!

Cindy - John 3:16 said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY NIKKI! Hope I'm not tooooo late! LOVE your stories! Awesome! TY for the freebies too! :)

Rhonda Miller said...

Lol. That's so funny. My sister and her friend did the same thing when they were about 3 or 4. My mom was not a happy camper.

Sonia said...

Funny and great story. Thanks for the cute image.

Scrappy Rat said...

That's just too funny, though I'm sure it wasn't at the time! Thank you so much for sharing this story. I've been feeling awful lately and you made me smile for several minutes, solid. :) You rule.

Happiest of birthdays and many returns of the day!

Kelley said...

Your stories are too funny! When I was nine, my mom went grocery shopping and left me in charge of my sisters, 8, 2 and 2 months. The 2 year old let us know what she thought of the baby, she got a meat fork and stabbed her in the head as I was holding her. Yes, head wounds bleed! As this was way before cell phones, I couldn't call mom. Dad was helping my uncle build their house and the temporary phone was not in the house but outside. My uncle answered it but had no clue as to what I was saying. He got my dad. That's what I wanted. Dad couldn't understand me either but finally came home, after mom got back. And yes, 41 years later, my sister can show you where that fork went in her head. I think my other sister still wonders what she did wrong.