Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Groceries with mom. [Do you Remember?]

If you squeezed your eyes, closed them tight, and thought really really hard, can you remember the last time your mother or your father sat you in the caddie when she/he were grocery shopping?


At 4:39 AM, Blogger rouba said...

i just realized this is your blog z.
i'm zombed out (better than bombed out)
this post made me laugh..i never rode the carts coz i was afraid she'd leave me there eza 3azzabta :)
hope your family's ok

At 5:14 AM, Blogger Eve said...

I always wanted them to do that. oh well, I guess i missed my chance now :(

At 7:08 AM, Blogger Pie said...

Last week, security guard was not impressed when he had to help prise me out!

Nah, seriously. I barely remember, except that it was the most exciting thing in the world to ride in the trolley.

At 7:45 AM, Blogger laila said...

i remember!!
gaea, alla yse3id zouzou ana kinit taraktik akeed
eve, it's never too late :P

At 1:24 PM, Blogger _z. said...

It is funny because I always brag that I have an excellent long-term memory (and I stress on the long-term thing).
I have vivid and accurate recollections; I even can relive my childhood, hear my voice, and the voices and noises of people and things around me.
I smile when I do so. When I take such a voyage to the past. My past.

But for some reason, I just can’t bring myself to remember in details when I used to ride in the caddie. I know I did it many times. I know my parents used to put me in the trolley so that I don’t go on and grab everything in sight. But I just can’t picture it, despite the fact that it is a very important detail. Well to me it is.

Oui c’est moi! You’ve been here before no? yeah my family is ok. (as much as they can be)

Yalla go for it. Have someone you love push you. You will feel great I promise.

See! I know it was fun, and I know I did it, but can’t remember well how it was. Can’t picture it.

Princess it is good that you remember… tell us!

At 1:24 PM, Blogger Candy Minx said...

I barely remember either except the sounds of the wheels and sometimes when I got bigger the feel of scrapping your knees when you get lifted out. I love putting kids into shopping carts and wheeling them around.

Actually, it is not unusual to see some large young people with each other after a couple beer pushing down the street!

At 4:55 PM, Blogger _z. said...

oh! i remember the scraping of the knees and thighs... that's true.
thanks candy:)

At 6:03 PM, Blogger rouba said...

eh i got to your blog from somewhere else and it took me moments to figure out this was ton blog.
i'm on another planet these days
btw are u the same z who's posting on blogging beirut?

At 6:15 PM, Blogger _z. said...

no gaea, I just belong here for now. I once noticed there was another z, but with totally different opinions and ideas, if I am not mistaken.

mine has a few garnitures though the _ and the .

At 10:40 PM, Blogger Mar said...

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At 7:51 PM, Blogger Cynnie said...

My mother had 5 very hyper children , I have NO memories of ever going to a grocers with her..
Daddy Shopped on his way home from work..Mother was and is a very bright woman


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