Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Harold was a Lego guy and he wished he had feet. So one night he climbed out of the Lego pit and went on search for some feet. (at this point Kirby interrupts and says, "if he was my Lego guy, he'd already have feet!). Harold crept down the hall and went into the kitchen. He pulled open the refrigerator door (yep, Harold works out so he's a really strong Lego guy!) and started to look around. He saw the grapes, he yanked on one of them and eventually got one pulled off the vine. As good as the grape was, it was bigger than his head, and who would want a feet bigger than their heads? So, he put it back. Then he saw the string cheese! He started to nibble some off. He nibbled more off, and then some more! What a tasty snack! He then took off two more small pieces, and they were perfect for feet! And if he got hungry later, he'd have something to snack on. So Harold jumped out of the fridge, went trekking back down the hall and back into the Lego pit. The End! (Kirby had to get a Lego guy out for me to prove that they already had feet, and here I thought I was coming up with something helpful!)
Here's Kirby's Transformer Story.
Once upon a time there was a Transformer named Bumble Bee, and he had a son named Wrecker. Wrecker was black with yellow stripes. One day Wrecker went out the window, then he went onto the road, where he transformed into a car, and he grew bigger, so everyone thought he was regular car. Wrecker went to the moon. But the moon transformed into the Death Star, and was really Darth Vader who had destroyed the planet Unicron......the rest got lost to battle noises! The end! Kirby said he now wants a Lego story and a Transformer story every night....oh boy!
Sunday, April 11, 2010
As soon as we've removed all the fur from between the keys, and have pounded out the indent from Buckwheat's large butt, we'll give your computer back to you! It'll be in top working condition!
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Saturday, April 3, 2010
My poor niece fell in a cactus. It was horrible! It was one of those ones with the tiny furry spines that get all over. She had them in her hands, down her legs, her butt, and I'm not sure how, but even in her toes! Poor girl. We sent Murphy down the trail to get her parents.
It was a quick trip, and a long drive, but lots of fun. On the way home Jared tried to do his homework in the car, the kids watched movies, and I jammed out to music! Nothing like singing and car dancing!
We also realized on this trip that our front tires on the van are bald! It seems like we just bought those stupid tires! Ok, so it's been two years, but really, should the front tires be that way already? The back tires are just fine, and I bought them at the same time! I know....I could've rotated the tires, but really it seems like I just bought them!
Ahhh...back to school tomorrow!