Thursday, August 21, 2008

Indications Of A Wonderful Day Ahead

Here's how my day started: That's the latest issue of 'Willow' magazine. I really wanted to finish it. How did this happen? It was IN the toilet. And peed upon.

Just in case you have any false impressions of how 'awesome' our family is; this sort of insanity happens frequently.

8 comments:

Connie K. said...

This reminds me of that Robert Mapplethorpe piece that caused so much controversy a few years back...

*Shannon said...

How did that happen?? Oh my gosh I just laughed like crazy. Was that David? I don't understand how someone didn't notice it and peed on it. Then again... it is our family... stranger things have happened.

Lisa said...

There is something devastatingly ironic about the fact that the binoculars are pointed in such a way as to maximize the startling revelation the poor person in the picture would actually have...

Yes, devastating. You have the magazine in the toilet. I'm allowed to howl with glee and be dramatic about it. ;)

Ktea said...

LOL.

that's all that i can say about this.

Kelley said...

if you think this can deter me from my earlier request to be a Brawley....think again... a little pee-pee magazine never hurt anyone....

kimbontrager said...

whAT?!??! That's HILARIOUS!!!!

annie said...

Not that anything like that has ever happened in my house but I am SO relieved! Stuff like that HAS happened, I just can't remember any examples at the moment!

Helen P. said...

This picture reminds me of my grandson, Zachary...almost three years old, but still two (if you know what I mean). Currently, his favorite toy is the toilet..and no wonder. In Germany, the toilets are a little bit differnt than the ones here in the US. Did you know that you could put just about anything in a German toilet, flush it, and it won't overflow?
We've seen it happen.
I say Zack is curious, my son says he's "evil", and Noah, his older brother, just finds him fascinating... Unless, of course, Zack is dropping something of Noah's down the toilet...then he's all for telling on him.
Cheers to you, Beth, what a great twisted little memory you'll have forever. Thanks for a small little look into your world!