Exhibit C: This is the casualty. This is what one drying rack looks like after it is dropped kicked (several times) across the bathroom, then picked up and slammed down on the ground. All this AFTER the initial "getting stuck in the door and injuring someone". I guess I showed it who's boss around here!
Exhibit D: Finally I give you the leg (shut it...I know it needs to be shaved. Not going to do that after gouging the shit out of it. I can't like that!) I don't know if you can see the slight discoloration that's sure to be one Hell of a bruise by weeks end. Just pretend you do and send sympathy....and coffee! Send coffee!! I just called daughter and requested that she pick up a can on her way home. After this morning, she fully understands the importance of coffee!!
As for the drying rack-it will be cremated at sunrise!
Above-J Before Surgery (she wasn't thrilled that I was taking her pic without her makeup on)
Below-J after surgery (that's bear bear and blankie-she's had them forever. They've been through surgery with her before. Whenever I see those, I know some thing's wrong)
Well, it's not Monday, and it's not Hump Day; so it must be Tickle Tuesday. This is our attempt to lighten you load and make your day a little brighter.
Ten Thoughts To Ponder
Number 10: Life is sexually transmitted.
Number 9: Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
Number 8: Men have two emotions: Hungry and Horny. If you see him without an erection, make him a sandwich.
Number 7: Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day; teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks.
Number 6: Some people are like a Slinky.....not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you shove them down the stairs.
Number 5: Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.
Number 4: All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.
Number 3: Why does a slight tax increase cost you two hundred dollars and a substantial tax cut saves you thirty cents?
Number 2: In the 60s, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.
AND THE NUMBER 1 THOUGHT TO PONDER IN 2006:
We know exactly where one cow with Mad-cow-disease is located among the millions and millions of cows in America but we haven't got a clue as to where thousands of Illegal immigrants and Terrorists are located. Maybe we should put the Department of Agriculture in charge of immigration.
The boys won their first playoff game 35 to 7. I know we will not have it as easy throughout the rest of the playoffs. M and G2 shaved their heads again but now about 80% of the team have joined the madness.
Since they won their first playoff game they will now have a Team photo permanently displayed in the Field House. I wonder if they will all be bald when that photo is taken?
We are late again but only in posting not in picking. Without further delay we both agreed that this month's Blog Pick should be Kelly over at Missing TJ Snow. Kelly describes herself as a Wife, a Mother, a hard worker and an avid Angels fan from beautiful Southern California. She works full time outside the home which she says helps her stay sane most days.
Kelly also blogs Jennelle's Journey and contributes to the blog Postcards from Holland. What we love about Kelly is her drive for her family. Her determination to give Jennell and Jack the best life that they could possibly have; her resolved to educate all of us on children with special needs. She makes us laugh, cry, hold our breath as we read all the challenges and successes that Janelle goes through.November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month; and Kelly is dedicating her blog this month to the education of Epilepsy. During the month of November, she is also listing things she is thankful for everyday.
Kelly hosts "Sunday Six" which is so much fun to read. She posts 6 questions towards the end of the week and the players get to post the answers to these questions on Sunday. The trick to the game is that you have to get the answers from your kids; and with young kiddos the answers are hilarious. She also plays "Stuff Portrait Friday" and "Waste of Space Monday". Kelly will write about everyday life; the challenges of having a child of special needs; funny things; serious things; family things and whatever is going on in her mind at the time. So Kelly, for this we celebrate you!
Blog Pick of the Month
Yes-this is my knee. No-it's not happy that I went to the gym. Maybe-I'll actually sit down, elevate, and ice it. A wee little bit swollen there. Ouch.
OK-enough. Like I said, you make up the story. Whatever you put together probably will be close to what really happened. If you want, put your story in our comments! We would like to thank Mr. & Mrs. Dallas K and Nik for letting us stay at their house. They are the some of the sweetest people and graciously let us camp out. Their house is fabo! Mrs. Dallas K makes some kick-ass egg tacos!
Oh, and my camera wasn't working so I didn't get pictures. SuZan did, so she'll probably post some updates later. In the interest of man kind and all things good, I stole some. Here they are:
Is This Possible?
Are the purple lines straight or bent?
Do you see gray areas in between the squares?
Now where did they come from?
You should see a man's face and also a word... Hint: Try tilting
your head to the right, the world begins with 'L'