My dear mother is visiting me this week. Except for today, I have been or will be working everyday that she's here, which is unfortunate. Thursday morning, while working the day job, my phone rings and I answer it when I see it's Mommy calling. (Typically, the ringer is off on my phone while I'm working but because she's visiting and she may have--will have--various geographical or household questions, I left it on.) Anyhoo. The phone rings. It's Mommy.
"Hi. I was just wondering if you have any raisins?"
Considering a reply.
"Are you seriously asking me this question?"
"Oh, yeah, that's right. I guess you wouldn't have any. I just wanted some raisins to go in my hot cereal."
"Uh-huh. Well, I still don't like 'em so I'm not going to have them around, but if you want I can stop at the store and buy some for you."
"No, that's alright."
This was all done with good natured chuckling though I really was taken aback that she actually thought I would have those disgusting, shriveled little bug parts in my home when I have never liked them and studioulsy picked them out of many an oatmeal cookie and steaming bowls of cream of wheat, oatmeal and malt-o-meal. Blech.
I love my mother. And I love her even more because she called to ask such an innocent question. Really.
Do I have any raisins. Sheesh.