What’s something valuable that you accidentally dropped and broke?
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I just 2 minutes ago broke my husbands shot glass for mixing cocktails – disaster!!!!!!
I can’t think of anything I dropped and broke, other than the usual dishes.
Well, maybe my brother’s head when he was a baby, but I’m not sure how valuable that was.
I have been known to bend the ping-pong table so now it can’t ever be folded, fling a chair that bounced and made a hole in the wall (I am not violent, honest, I was just trying to make a point on a really trying day), and a few other dumbass things like that. I always feel bad about these things forever. It’s my punishment for giving other people hell when they do clutzy things.
Me never, but I remember skipping school with my uncle one day to go antiqueing (sp?) and he kept telling me to keep my hands in my pockets and he ended up breaking an antique vase in a store. We were not going to tell anyone in the family, it would be our little secret. The store called his house about the payment for the vase and my aunt answered the phone and the store busted my uncle and also gave a description of me which got me busted for skipping school!
my hubby and son managed to break every single one of my willow tree figurines. 😦
They look so good with the heads stuck on with gorilla glue.
My sister in law Nancy gave me this beautiful Mount St. Helen’s glass Christmas ornament one year for the help I gave her when she had the triplets. It was to big for the Christmas tree so I wanted to hang it in the window. It was just beautiful. I was balancing on the stool and it slipped out of my hand and I did a little dance and swoop thing and caught it. My heart was just pounding. I saved it!!! I got it hung on fish line, tacked it into the window frame and as soon and I got off the stool to admire my work, it crashed to the floor and was nothing but shreds of Mount St. Helen all over my floor. I could have cried.