Monday, June 1, 2009

How Embarrassing!!!

I had the most embarrassing moment, yesterday, in Sunday School. Amber had fallen asleep during Sacrament Meeting so I was holding her in my lap. A few minutes after Gospel Doctrine started, Amber woke up and started to cry. I quickly whisked her up to take her out, when I realized that my skirt did not come with me. I instantly sat back down and noticed that my skirt was caught underneath my high heel. My friend, sitting next to me, said, "yeah, your skirt's not on." As I tried to unhook my skirt from my shoe and then pull it back up, Amber kept getting louder. I was trying to stand back up to take her out, but was not sure if my skirt was all the way on. I knew that everyone was staring my way because of Amber's commotion and the fact that I was on the third row. I finally got up the courage to pick her up again and walk out. When I got in the hallway, I just started laughing. I was so mortified, but what could I do? I guess the moral of this story is . . . always wear a slip to Church . . . just in case! (And, no, I was not wearing one.)

8 comments:

Andrea said...

Glad you can laugh about it and share your "special" moment. You are awesome!

disillusioned said...

I had a moment like that--but I had one of those pleated skirts--and it had pulled up too high--so the "g's" were a showing off. No one said anything--so I didn't know until I was in the restroom. Ya--not much I could do about that fun. Just much more careful that things are "pulled down". I love dealing with the wind too! Seriously! Glad you've recovered!

Mary P.

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That happened to me a few years back and I agree it IS very embarrasing! But luckly I was wearing a black skirt with a black slip, but still very embarrasing! I feel for you. Too bad the person behind you didn't have a camera for you to add pictures to the whole thing, now that would be funny! J/K :)
-Megan

The Blomquist Bunch said...

ah, snap! elastic can sometimes be such a drag (hee hee).

Melanie said...

...still giggling after reading about this on facebook! The funny thing is that the mental images in my mind are all of me in very similar situations. Let's just say I know how you feel... Thanks for the laugh!

Michelle said...

Oh no! You're a good sport to laugh about it. :) I'm sure I would have been red as a tomato for the rest of my church meetings!

Davis Family said...

I know it is terrible of me, but I laughed out loud as I read this post, in fact I am still laughing inside about it. Thanks for sharing!

sarahandtim said...

such a great story! i love it :) thanks for sharing!