Writing Wrongs

June 16, 2007

Since I’m almost out of photo storage space on D-land, I’m experimenting with Photobucket. Let me know if things aren’t what you think they should be.

The Boler has a new “home” under a respectable looking tarp thingy.

Primed and ready for painting, and so is Miss B.

Andrew puts together Bob’s early father’s day gift.

An almost eleven year old and power tools. Yeah. I know. Actually, Andrew did a good job and Bob was there the whole time. It was one of those father/son pass along the knowledge to the next generation types of things. I think Hallmark came by and took a picture.

I took the kids to the store. All I can say is four year old + vanilla bean blended crème + Barnes and Noble = Disaster. Don’t ask.

Then, while we were leaving the grocery store, Andrew asked me: “Why do people do that?”
“What?” I wanted to know.
“Say ‘Either’s fine,’ when they ask paper or plastic. They asked you a specific question. “Either’s fine” isn’t one of the options.”

So, next time you’re tempted to respond with: “Either’s fine,” remember that somewhere you’re irking an almost eleven-year-old boy.

Charity Tahmaseb wrote at 7:20 p.m.