Friday, June 6, 2008

A Tip

If you are planning to go to the doctor's office, but you are going to take your son's wallet out of your purse before you leave, you should probably make sure that it is actually his wallet that you take out and not yours.

Because if you really take your wallet out and leave it at home, then you just might have to pay your copay out of your son's wallet and the spare change at the bottom of your purse.

And paying $15 with 9 crumpled $1 bills, 23 quarters, two dimes, and a nickel just might be ridiculous.

And when you leave the office, the receptionist might make fun of you and say, "Hey, thanks for all the quarters."

Not that this happened to me or anything.


  1. Bwaahahaa! You did not! At least you got to clean out the bottom of your purse :)

  2. I'm not laughing ... really. Sounds like something I'd do :)

  3. HeHeHeHe...I'm seriously impressed that your son (a) has a wallet and (b) had that much cash!

  4. That's too funny. Sad thing is, my boys usually have more cash in their wallets than me!

  5. That's awesome. I think I'll do that the next time I go to my pediatrician's office! Intentionally, of course. Hah!

  6. At least you found the 15 bucks! I'm pretty sure I would have had to go out to my car and dig through the console!

  7. Worst part it when they think that you were stealing from your son to pay your copay. Oh, I'm sure they didn't think that.

    Thanks for the giggle.


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