Sunday, September 7, 2008

I am blessed

I just got home from church. You know, that one place you go to get blessings? I don't know how it goes for you, but the first thing I do when I get home is lose the church duds. So today I get home, head for my room. On the way I decide to get a head start by unzipping my skirt, only it was already unzipped. hm, odd? I turn to Bailey and Calvin and I say "has my skirt been unzipped like this all day?" They both said "yes", like it was not big deal. Not one single person at church said a word to me.....what a bunch of perverts.



I have had quite a few of these sorts of incidents at church. Just the usual though, you know, like forgetting to put on my makeup before I go, or my bra, whatever. No one EVER says anything. I think next week I will forget my skirt altogether. Then we'll see who stays quiet.

20 comments:

ajesplin said...

Nice ace.

This lady in my ward had chocolate on her nose, and nobody would tell her. I even overheard her asking someone, "is there anything on my nose," and she was rubbing her nose, spreading chocolate all over her face, and the person actually told her "NO."

Memzy said...

Why must this amuse me SO? I just peed myself a little.

And true to Thurstonian form--nice arse.

anissa ferguson said...

I was wondering where you get your underwear..... last time I was embarrased I was on valium after "elective surgery" and wore my skirt inside out to Stake Conference....After being a blog stalker I am wondering if ambien had anything to do with it.

Amy Thurston said...

The underwear is "exclusive" if you get my drift. And my arse looks so good because I used to work out...this one time.

Cristin said...

LOL thanks for the laugh.

oh yeah, nice arse

Amanda said...

That is HOT! Love that you shared this one. Good times, as you would say.

Landee said...

Just so you know, if I was in your ward, I wouldn't have said anything either.

But I probably would have said something like "Cute skirt! Where did you get it?" You know, just you knew I had looked at your skirt and chose not to mention the.... zipper.

Amy Thurston said...

One of my friends HAD given me a compliment on my skirt. I called her as soon as I got home and gave her an earful.

Jeni said...

That is why you TOTALLY need to move to my ward. I totally would have told you...of course probably not until I had told a few other people first though :)

Markie23 said...

I love it when I can go to church and actually be entertained. I wish you in OUR ward!

Sam, Shel & Co said...

Sue had a dress on once here, that was too short, we could see her "religion" in the back every time she walked. I pulled her aside on the way out the door to church and told her, and she said she'd worn that dress many times and no one (including Ryan, for which he got an earful) ever said anything.

Erin Beck said...

Hello?? have you not looked at that shot of your rear with those sexy panties?? Why would anyone want to say anything at all?? Women included!!

Erin Beck said...

You just enterned the sexy mommas club!

sarastrasser said...

Don't worry, Amy. It is not obvious at all. I can barely tell. I am sure no one noticed. At least you weren't wearing your hot pink lacey thong.

Memzy said...

BTW, I love how you are folding your arms in that pic. It's as if you are being "grateful for the blessing" at that very moment.

Vegas Family said...

funny! Unfortunately, I have had similar experiences.

I agree though, you can't really tell. Espeically with styles these days.

Kathy said...

Oh my gosh! Seriously choked on my own saliva! Only you would this happen to.

Emily said...

That is great. I wouldn't have said anything either...in case you were wondering.

Jenny B. said...

haahahahha

i would tell you.
we need honest people.
i would tell you when you had food in your teeth and a BIG BOOGER in your nose.
haha

i got you back.

but hey an unzipped skirt at church i think someone would tell you

Katie said...

That is better than I had imagined! Some friends you have. I would have totally told you just as you were leaving to go home.