Well I’ve had more than my fair share of embarrassing moments over the years, from walking into a concrete lamp post when I wasn’t paying attention (too busy talking as always), to being smacked on the bottom with a ruler by a very nasty Infants Mistress when I was in Year 2 for a crime I most certainly didn’t commit! (those were the bad old days when teachers were allowed to hit children at school). Thankfully things have changed since then. I also ate kangaroo droppings one day, when some horrible boys played a trick on me and told me they were chocolate covered peanuts. Clementine Rose seems to have quite a few mishaps like me too!
There were loads of fabulous entries in last months’ competition but here are our winners:
While waiting for a girl to start her solo in a concert, I started it instead! Oops! Emma
While visiting Government House during a day it was open to the public, I unexpectedly came face to face with the Governor of Queensland, His Excellency Paul de Jersey. As he approached me, I curtsied and said, ‘Hello your royal highness’. I got so embarrassed and turned red in the face. He laughed and I got a photo with him. Rianna
When I was little, we went to a church picnic at the beach. My dad was talking to two other men and I ran up to hug my dad. I hugged him but it actually wasn’t my dad. And all the men laughed at me. Jayne