Back in my young hot body wild and woolly days I made a video. It was one of those kinds of videos that you NEVER show to anyone. Only I did show it to someone by accident. I accidentally showed it to my mother and father in law!
It went something like this: One morning I was awakened by an ear splitting bird party. There had to have been 200 blackbirds in my back yard just squawking away. It was so amazing I grabbed the video camera and filmed them. Cool, something awesome to show my future children.
Prior to the bird party video by about 5 years, the hubs and I had a wild, drunken party and some of us wound up dancing pure nekkie to bad 80's music. We thought it would be a great idea to break out the video camera and film ourselves busting some serious moves. I can't remember now, but I bet we thought we looked pretty great break dancing with our tidbits flopping around.
Fast forward about 5 years to the visit we had with the in-laws, when the subject of bird parties came up. I remembered the bird party video I had made so I decided to show it to them. Can you guess what happened? Yep, I rewound the video tape too far back and when I hit "play", right there on the big screen - huge images of drunken people dancing and shaking their tidbits all over the place! The video only played for a split second before I hit the "off" button but it was enough. My father in law said 'those were some happy naked dancing people!' I was completely mortified. I immediately snatched up the camera and raced off to the bathroom so I could erase the evidence. I had a hard time looking my in-laws in the eye for the rest of their visit. I was just too embarrassed. I sure learned a lesson that day! Luckily, my in-laws never brought up the subject again. And I don't have to worry about it ever happening again because all the evidence is long gone. Even if I did have a video camera, I'd never do that again.
The thing that made me think back to this was because the other night, I was walking through the house (nekkie) and in walked my daughter and her boyfriend! I don't know who started having the bigger heart attack - me or my daughter! It wasn't like I was walking around that way at 7 pm either. This was about 2 in the morning! Dang it! Can't a girl go nekkie in her own house at 2 am if she wants to? Oh well......at least I wasn't having a drunken party with lots of nekkie dancers when the kids walked in. Although, that might be a way to nudge my oldest out of the nest come to think of it. I'm going to be sure to use that one when the time comes. I bet it'll work!