Remember

this?

My sweet friend Michelle (the artist) gave me a new clock last winter at her Studio Sale. I was also able to buy the super adorable matching candlesticks.

Guess what?

He broke the clock AGAIN!

It involved a ball again too.

Ugggghhhhhh………….

I want to scream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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7 Comments

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7 responses to “Remember

  1. Lee Ann

    No WAY!!!!!!That's it…..toss him to the caribou!

  2. Kris

    Just think, He'll buy you lots of cute things when he's a famous overpaid ball player!

  3. Homestay Mama

    Hmmm, maybe you should reconsider "Gramma2Many's comment she left you back when it happened the first time! LOL

  4. Elena

    Man…I left a nice long comment last night, but blogger freaked out and wouldn't publish it. Now I've lost my wit and humor. But it was something along the lines of: Oh NO!!! I'm sure there will be a more severe penalty this time around. And I think Lee Ann's suggestion just might work. 🙂

  5. bringing up boys

    Trish, I have always had "things" around the house, cutesy things, breakable things, semi precious things. Gina once asked me how I have breakables with three little boys, to which I answered, It is the boys whom I treasure, things are replaceable. Now, you know how I love my princess house? Well I only have one of my coffee cups left, we have broken two bowls, and a couple of plates as well. Just make it part of his responsibilty to repair/replace it, and move on. He is irreplaceable. BUT take the ball and "lose" it!At least he isn't a Bull in a china closet! (my youngest).Love you, Seachelle.

  6. Dee

    Can you hear me gasping for air! Seriously, oh buddy! I keep making the same mistakes too! Bummer!

  7. Sarah

    Love him anyway. :)I have to tell my teenagers to stop throwing things in this condo . . . I know I'll have to do the same when we move into our house next month. One thing is certain: it really isn't on purpose. It isn't really an accident, though, either, 'cos they know they aren't supposed to rough house in the house . . . what to do? Love them anyway. Beg your friend for mercy????

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