Wednesday, April 9, 2008

WTF? #2

I am crowning myself the queen of weird physical ailments which I did not even know existed. Apparently anything is possible.

I have to process my doctors news before I post it so I will skillfully change the subject and distract with Skully's Robot Distraction Project.

A few months ago I foolishly went out for an hour, leaving my sons at home alone. I paid the price dearly.

Meet Robot Boy...or is it space boy? He's conveniently in front of my painting of a rocket launch.

Anyway I had to replace all the tinfoil, Saran wrap, and duct tape in the house.


Captain Skulduggery Dug said...

YAY! Robot boy is fabulous!!! That's so brilliant.

Captain Skulduggery Dug said...

Jon is sulking because he wanted to be Robot Boy. :) I guess I better get some boxes and gaffer tape out.

BaldyLocks said...

I can send my kids over and they'll whip him up a costume he'll never forget!

They even had antennae made from wire.

Captain Skulduggery Dug said...

Hehehe, that would make his day.

High Desert Diva said...

Nothing like a kids' creativity. Love the fact that he's standing in front of the rocket launch painting.

Made me think of the scene in Fried Green Tomatoes when Kathy Bates opened the door wrapped (entirely) in saran wrap. Or did I just make that up?

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Rosebud Collection said...

Have to admit, he is very creative..

Hey Harriet said...

Love the Robot Boy! What a clever & crafty little fellow!

Are you a Magnetic Fields fan by any chance? The top pic reminded me of their last CD. If you're not a fan of the band it won't make any sense, so just ignore my ramblings :)

Anonymous said...

I love it! Awesome! I think I'll go make myself a costume out of tape and waxed paper instead of doing my PST return.

Also - holy awesome photos of cleaning your house, and the action figure war on the wall. My boyfriend wants to set one up in our house now.

Coming to the Island in a few weeks... when we pin a day down I'll let you know - hope you'll be free!

Unknown said...

HA HA! How cute!

I can't wait until my little nephew grows up... And does horrible things to my little sister.... lol.

Kim said...

Love the robot boy!