Saturday, September 13, 2008


Ex: The princess was telling me about a phone that she wants for her birthday.

Me: I bought it this morning.

Ex: Oh ... well ... uh ... can I send you half the money for it?

Me: If you want to.

Ex: How much is half?

Me: $125


Ex: Oh okay. Well, I'll deposit it into the account.

Me: Okay.

Ex: What about the prince? Does he need anything for school?

Me: No, he's fine.

Ex: Does he need money for books or anything.

Me: It was included in the tuition. He's fine.

Ex: Is he going to need a computer?

Me: I bought him one for graduation.

Ex: Oh. Okay. Looks like you have it covered.

Me: Yeah.

Lesson: If you leave a woman to do things on her own, don't get your feelings hurt when she does things on her own.


LadyLee said...

Really though

princessdominique said...

Amen to that!

Mica said...

Preach, Preacher!

lyre said...

Sad for him. Seems this is always the case for the noncustodial. Maybe a course in "how to be in when your out" might be in order for him.

Blu Jewel said...

Amen at your closing comment and to Lyre's comment.


Blah Blah Blah said...

I like your last statement.
Why didn't he call the kids up and ask them what they needed?

YouToldHarpoTaBeatMe said...

Girl you're so pleasant....even tho you KNOW you were thinking "Lemme telllll you somethin'...".

You are to be commended for taking care of business and keeping your peace.

Believer 1964 said...

Furthermore...if you leave a woman to do things they'll get done, and on time.

TJ said...