Wednesday, May 7, 2008

I'm Not the Tree Hugger Type by Any Means

But driving my kids the two blocks to school because Daughter needed the extra five minutes to dry her gym clothes, which was my fault, and Teenaged Son waited until the last minute to graph his exponential functions, which was my fault, and Gradeschooler threw a tantrum over losing his library book, which was my fault, I saw this tree and it took my mind away from all the things I was thinking of doing to my kids that would qualify me for a visit from social services.



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16 comments:

Bloggers said...

That is so funny!!

Kelly - PTT said...

Ha! Oh I can relate to that kind of day;) Thanks for stopping by this morning. Isn't it fun to find like-minded folks in the blogosphere???

Jen of A2eatwrite said...

That's just the great thing about being a mom - it's always our fault. Just. love. it. ;-)

JO-N said...

We either blame ourselves or get blamed by others. Nice tree and it's nice to have something to take away our stress and worries.

Pinay Jade said...

Oh this is a funny picture!Nice to see something t get our mind off things. Thanks for stopping by...

Hayley Townley, Breast Cancer Survivor Extraordinaire! said...

Great shot, Meg-Peg. How can you not smile at that?

WillThink4Wine said...

I hate when I forget to graph my exponential functions. It screws up my whole day!

carrie said...

that's hysterical. Good thing you had your camera!

Mommy Mechanics said...

Too funny. Thanks for stopping by.

Huckdoll said...

Of course it's always your fault!! I remember everything being my moms fault at that age, too :)

Great smiling tree.

Jo Beaufoix said...

We mum's get such a tough time. Sighh. I bet that tree is your fault too. Just returning your visit. Have a fab week. :D

TZT said...

I like it's David Bowie eyes.

Jenny said...

How cute! You're right, it did put a smile on my face. Thank you! Happy WW!

ksd said...

Love the tree! I want one in my yard - maybe my grumpy can-never-have-enough-chainlink-fence neighbor might even smile!

Bee said...

I would have made it into a nahked chick showing her tatas! I such a guy! ;o)

April said...

You should totally make this your avatar!