Showing posts with label embarrassing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label embarrassing. Show all posts

Monday, November 5, 2012

I Could Have Just Died (Most Embarrassing Moment)

I haven't done a writing prompt from Mama Kat's Workshop, so when I saw that one of the prompts was to tell an embarrassing story I thought I just had to share. Hopefully, this will lift your day as it usually seems to get a good chuckle out of my friends and family.

Mama’s Losin’ It

I don't usually embarrass easily, I contribute it to the fact that I am silly and usually like to do weird things. I have also stated that I like to be completely honest with people. There is a kind of freedom that comes with transparency.

The day seemed like any other. We had gone to my mother in laws house to pick up Abbie, she was only a couple years old at the time. Any trip to my mother in laws house is not a quick one, and usually I don't mind it. I went and sat on her front porch to "catch some fresh air", which was my code for smoking a cigarette. (I am so glad that I am finally free from that addiction.) As I sat there I noticed how beautiful it was outside. The sun was shining but not too brightly that it would blind me, the light breeze swept through the trees, and even the birds seemed to be chirping a little louder. It was a perfect day. Suddenly I felt the sharp pain of a gas bubble in my stomach. Since I was outside all alone I was free to fart. So I leaned slightly to the right to relieve my discomfort. Suddenly, I realized that it was not just a regular fart. I quickly clinched my cheeks in hope to prevent a disaster. I hopped up and wobbled quickly into my mother in laws bathroom. As I slammed the bathroom door, I heard my mother in law begin to say, "What's going on? Are you ok Faith? Alvin go check on your wife." I was mortified. My husband came to the bathroom door and asked what happened. I couldn't tell him because I knew that he would start cracking up and would end up blowing my cover. "Get Abbie in the car, Now! We have to go," I shouted from inside the bathroom.  "Faith, what happened? What's wrong?", Alvin replied. "Get her in the car NOW! We have to go!", I replied back becoming more frustrated than embarrassed.
Alvin got her in the car and let me know that we could leave. I asked him to tell me when the coast was clear but with all the action, his mother and his brothers stood in the hallway curious. I walked straight out of the bathroom and into the car without a single word to them.  Alvin began to ask what was happening but I could feel more trouble on its way, so I told him to slam on the gas and go. After we made it home I told Alvin and he cracked up. He thought it was hilarious that I had pooped on myself at his moms house. It took years for me to trust my farts and even to today I still can not fart in anywhere near my mother in law.

This would have had to be the most embarrassing thing that happened to me... Even more embarrassing than going to a crushes pool party and accidentally leaving my underwear, granny panties none-the-less, there.

I hope you all enjoyed this little break from the stresses of today. I am so glad that I am finally at a point that I can look back and laugh.

God Bless,

Comment on an embarrassing moment that you might have had... I love it when you all comment and reply. 

Friday, June 8, 2012

30 Day Blog Challenge: Day 10

Describe your most embarrassing moment.

The year was 1994. I was in the third grade and feeling so grown. There sitting across the room was a cute and quiet boy named Adam. I had a secret crush on him for years. I would draw hearts around his yearbook page. 

One day during computer lab I was so elated to find out that the boy of my dreams was going to be my computer partner. I thought it was my big day. This would surely be the day that he would fall in love with me. We were sitting only inches from each other. I went to scratch my head and felt something in my hair. I pulled on it and suddenly heard a girlish squeal followed by a disgusted yell. It was a tick... I had thrown a tick onto my crush. 

He went to tell the teacher who sent us to the nurses office. I felt like I was going to die. The nurse had to check both of us for ticks. For the next several years he would call me Tick Girl. 

Sadly, Brad Paisley had not come out with his hit, "Ticks." 

Well that was fun, reflecting back on the most embarrassing day of my life.... I lived through it.