Friday, 15 January 2016

Friday smile - keeping a breast of the time!

Good morning all!
Just a little something that made us smile this week.

This time last week we had an urgent call from Maxine to say Ben had twisted his ankle whilst kicking his balloon. As he was distressed and she knew something was wrong, both Annie and I agreed that A & E was the only port of call.

Now, Ben is just beginning to say a few words.
He loves spotting clocks around the place - in shops, around the home etc.
When he sees one, he points and says "Tick Tick" (Well actually it sounds more like Tit tit!)

So the lovely nurse was consolling him and checking out what turned out to be his broken leg.
Ben points to her ample chest and said "Tick Tick" - of course he had spotted her tiny watch fastened to her uniform. He did get rather a funny look from the nurse until she realised it was the tick tick of the clock he had noticed not the ..... well you get my drift!!

Keep cosy on this chilly weekend!
I am out to lunch today.

If you want more smiles pop over to Annie's "A stitch in time blog".
Have a great weekend.
x Jo


Annie said...

Lol....most men are tick tick mad so he's a healthy boy that's all ;-)
Annie x

Lynn Holland said...

Hee hee that raised a titter Jo.
Hope your lunch was as good as mine.
I need a nap now after all that lovely food
Lynn x

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

And to think you have no photos to go with that tit(tick)! This is funny and it's good to know your grandson is taking his broken leg in stride! Happy Friday and weekend.

Lisca Meijer said...

That made me smile! But poor Ben! Braking his leg like that. Poor Baby! I hope he recovers soon (children usually do)

BumbleVee said...

hahahaha.... good one.... like Annie said..... he's a man!!

mamapez5 said...

Your little stories always make me smile! I hope Ben mends quickly, before the novelty of the plaster wears off. Hugs. Kate x

Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Jo, yes your little Bens story did bring a chuckle or two, hope he's all ok and recovers quickly, enjoy your weekend Robyn

Barb said...

What a lovely anecdote. Bless him, poor little chap. Barbxx