Linda G. Hill

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One-Liner Wednesday – Trouble

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Yesterday’s conversation between my mother (who has a sense of humour and dementia) and myself:

Mum: Did you know your dad died in 1948?

Me: No, Mum, it was 1978. I was born in ’64, so if he died in ’48, he wasn’t my dad.

Mum: Oh. I’d better shut up then, before I get myself in trouble.

And we laughed, and laughed …

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52 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Trouble

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  3. I loved it. I wish, I can have mine.

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  6. Oh my gosh this is so sweet

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  8. SO glad you can laugh about this stuff. Cute story!

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  10. At least she can still laugh about it.

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  14. Your mother does have a sense of humor.

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  17. I love her sense of humor! It goes so well with dementia.

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  21. Bless your mum Linda that is classic. Just so lovely.💜💜💜

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  23. I can so relate to those types of conversations. Your mom is a hoot.

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  26. Hahaha, excellent, she got you there.

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  28. Oh bless your mum!!!

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