I just have to share this email I got from my friend Amy! Earlier in the week, I was doing a radio inerview for my new book Generation NeXt Marriage. I sent an email to a few of my friends to have them call into the show…fun. Later that day Amy sent me this…
Oh Tricia ~
(Let me preface what I’m about to say by telling you that today was a snow day—no school. When it snows here, the world stops. So annoying)
OMG…I should have had my question already prepared…It all happened so fast.
I dialed the phone like a zombie—the email told me to… I never expected anyone to pick up on the first ring. Then when she asked what I’d like to ask you, it was total deer in the headlights. I froze. So I asked some stupid generational question…then she said okay, hold on…and I thought to myself, “come on think of a good question”.
Of course, I couldn’t think of anything so I started flipping through the book…2 seconds later I was on the air and said the first thing that popped into my head…then as you started to answer my daughter burst in the door crying because her brother had just thrown a snow ball down her back…then for some reason the car alarm started honking.
Total chaos…I don’t think I heard any of your answer…all I could think was “I hope this isn’t coming through the phone”.
I kept trying to move away from the kids, but they and their loudness kept following. Very interesting experience to say the least… how did the rest of it go?
Ha, ha…too funny!
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Martha A. says
Sounds like my house today! I was on the phone with a real estate agent and my son picked up the other phone to let me know he was bringing it to me, he started vacuuming and they knocked the phone off the hook!
Oh my goodness! That sounds like the type of thing that would happen to me! Except that I don’t have any kids!
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Oh yes, sounds like my house every day! I lock myself in various rooms sometimes when I have a work-call. So crazy…
Tricia Goyer says
Ain’t life fun! 🙂 I can so relate…I’ve been known to hide now and then.
Life can be so crazy, chaotic, but full and good! Wouldn’t have it any other way!