Sunday, July 18, 2010

I shoulda worn depends.

Because I spend WAY more time blog surfing than writing these days, I have gathered oodles and oodles of useless knowledge of crafts and recipes and such that I'll probably never actually make.

Like I'm really gonna have a craft activity ready every day when I don't realize Roman is wearing the top and bottom from different pajama sets and no underwear UNTIL we are walking into the Recreation Center.

Yeah, I can't even remember to make the cinnamon rolls I volunteered to bring to church (and had purchased all the ingredients for). Okay, that's not the entire truth. I DID remember to make them, when my eyes opened at 8:15 on Sunday AM. Too bad the process takes 4 hours.

Yep, pretty sure I'm not taking part in any "linky" parties this week.

So, anyway, I've seen scads and wads of great ideas to add to my endless "I should do that someday" list. I've even bookmarked or "followed" some. Like I'm really gonna go back and remember which fabulous ideas I was gonna try in the first place. BUT, tonight, I found the site that has broken my silence. I just HAVE to tell you all (I say "all" like there's anyone left checking besides my mom)!

Catalog Living. It's written by the girl in the Sonic commercials. The one in the car with her husband. Looks like it's a fairly new site, but it ROCKS.

It's not what you think. There are no hotdog cookies or t-shirt re-dos or organizational ideas. This, from what I can tell, is total entertainment.


Like this one,

"Sure Gary’s out of town, but I’m perfectly capable of starting a fire in the fireplace by myself, thank you very much."

or this one..

"Gary got the idea from a parking lot in New York. Sure the kids get rope burns climbing into bed, but their upper-body strength is amazing."

and THIS one...

"If you find yourself the last to arrive at Gary and Elaine’s dinner party, you’d better enjoy sitting on swivel stools and staring at images of a haunted forest all night."

one last one and then I'll let you go pee YOUR pants....

"Not only are they super-cute, but ever since we installed these nets our household cases of malaria are down 75%!"

Laughter is good you know!

2 comments:

Bonnie said...

oooh I love those pictures!! The malaria nets are my fave, practical and yet oh so attractive!

Kelly Morris said...

Yeah, we've had a bad case of malaria around here....