This is a public service announcement, in this speech about mothers there may be dramatising and first world problems. Also if there are any mothers listening don't worry some people do like you. Also the topic is and that is that.
First of all during summer how many times does your mum yell “come over here and I will chuck some sun block on for you. Countless times in my case and half of the sunblock always ends up in my eyes…
well that's what it feels like anyway. And the jury is still out whether it is done on purpose or accident. So from now on I think I will put sunblock on by myself I will be able to sleep at night now … without having to flush out my eyes every ten minutes.
So if you ever see me with stripes of sun block besides my eyes no i'm not rambos nz brother but just a victim of one of mums sunblock barrages. But… thanks mum anyway for stopping me from looking like a kumara chip from time to time
Every Tom, Dick and Harry as a child or adult has encountered the rhetorical Question regarding to their attire at some stage from there mothers. Some people more often than others, and I fit into the regular category.
According to the dictionary attire means to dress in fine elegant clothes and that's where my dress code of Red bands, stubbies and a swanie fits in just perfectly. And if it's a really special occasion you can even rub a bit of nugget into the boots sweet as. But according to mum I look like a dirty little pig and it’s not acceptable to go out to tea in old clothes. My debates about this have never gained traction and the last word is always AND THAT IS THAT
Food it can bring people together and apart if you eat something you are not supposed to eat. To most people the definition of home baking is to bake at home for your family. But mum must get that mixed up because all of seems to get given to friends and taken to dog shows.
good thing she is mingy on the sugar because you don't want hypo active dog enthusiasts they are nutty enough already. Back to the story anyway when I say are you leaving us some baking she just says you've got hands make it your self.
Another regular occurrence in our house is food basically on display in our pantry because it's saved for special occasions. But we are not allowed to eat it because it's bad for us. Though she finds it fine to let the guests eat it.
But there are a few things that I find reliving about my mum, she doesn't constantly repeat safety rituals. All she said when I got my first air rifle at age 8 was don’t shoot yourself or the tui’s. Also she is kind ... most of the time anyway. And by the time I get sick of her she is of to christchurch for a dog show.
Thanks for listening I hope you enjoyed it and as much as you may hate your mother sometimes you would be lost without her. And that is that.