Humor

This section involves humor. Fortunately, there can and usually are some funny moments when caregiving. I kept a logbook and entered things my mom said when I will add in this section.

These are actual phrases/words my mom said throughout the years:

  • She says I have $128. I have 126 animals.
  • It’s not a pizza, it’s a baby.
  • Dr. Hanes.
  • Do we get up or get down?
  • The puzzle is $2.00.
  • Walk up down our heads.
  • Please take my head off. My head is coming off.
  • A man has his nose up his head.
  • Good night. Go to sleep. I don’t normally sleep.
  • Put the cook in the book.
  • We’re going to talk apples.
  • Do you want your puppy? Put him back in the garage. (We didn’t have a puppy.)
  • Oh, my head. It’s turning.
  • My back is too tight.
  • Are you getting out of your nose now?
  • Bring her out through the window.
  • Can you tell me something? What’s going on in here?
  • Pick up my face.
  • (Drinking water) This is very tight medicine.
  • No more fat legs, go home.
  • You’re hurting my patience.
  • Sit down, put your legs on.
  • Turn that window.
  • She cooked her head.
  • Take away the cold from me.
  • You are falling apart.
  • There are some kids. They are wild.
  • My name is Pace.
  • Don’t touch my Chinese places.