The other day Zman screamed from upstairs, "Mom, we need your help and hurry!"
I ran upstairs and saw this. Yes, this is Funny Man I with his head in the Dora oven. His head was stuck in between two shelves. It was difficult not to break out in laughter. Okay, I laughed out loud even when he started to get worried. He really got mad when I took the photo!!
After we had the "Don't panic" discussion, he was able to wriggle out. He gave me some lame excuse about "looking" for plates. Really? You couldn't just open the OTHER door to look? Really?
Well, the only three words that come to mind are "Boys Are Stupid!" What do you think?
Penelope Dullaghan is a self proclaimed "freelance
illustrator, artist, designer, wannabe yogi (I'm working at it), health
nut, bit-of-a loner, vegetarian, soul searcher, sacred-finder, stumbler
and dust-self-off-and-get-back-upper" kind of woman. I love this description! She is also a brand new Mutha to her beautiful three month old daughter, Veda!
I stumbled onto her site simply because she entitled her post, Muthahood Aint For Sissies. One of her girlfriends gave her the shirt to celebrate her very first Mothers Day.
I was so happy to see this photo!
So, Happy Mutha's Day to you Penny and all the other Mutha's out there this weekend! I hope you all have a wonderful day with your family!
Yes, Little Miss S spent her sixth day on the chair while all the kids played. The big problem at hand? She didn't seem to mind, AT ALL!!
Tomorrow? I'm camping out in front of their room until eyes are shut and I can see the sheep jumping the fence!
Please, please I hope that works!
I am truly grateful for all of this. I am a stay at home Mom who is
finding her place in the world, and hoping and working towards making
it better. I am humbled by the love and support to be able to fulfill
this passion. Thank you all so very much.
So, I am leaving tonight. The eight days that I will be on the ground will be filled with meetings, looking for land to build Inspire the Child on, and of course, visiting the girls at Saint Monica’s. I can’t wait to see them. They have no idea I am coming, and it will be such a wonderful surprise!! I will also be refilling their requirements
to go back for their second term at school. I am so grateful to my
friends Angela, Tiffany, Tracy, Dawn, Jane and Sarah, who donated
sanitary pads, soap, pens, pencils, sports bras and toothpaste. It’s
all coming with me to pass out next week!!
And we cannot forget about the UNDERWEAR!! Exactly 2000 pairs have been packed and will be distributed to three IDP camps totaling over 20,000 people. I wish we had more. I know one day we will.
You can follow our journey by heading over to Twitter and reading the daily updates from Kenya!
Thank you all so very much. Thank you for the love, well wishes, and support. I’ll see you soon!