Saturday, April 14, 2012

44. Travel: Neverland

we interrupt this regularly scheduled blog to bring you a trifecta writing challenge


  1. I imagine this is how my 2 year old feels about all the artwork on my walls and hardwood floors. :-)

  2. Is it a bad thing that hubbymoose and I laughed out loud?

    that would be because we are GRANDPARENTS and our little darlin's are ALL amazing artistes. :)

  3. Hahaha! I'm waiting for the day I find my grandchildren's artwork on my walls and furniture. There's a reason I watch them like a hawk when they're visiting, and gladly send them home when I'm too pooped to chase them any longer.

  4. A year or so ago, I was cleaning a wooden door on the bedroom that used to belong to Sonny Boy. Etched into the woodwork in matching pencil were the clear letters written by a 3 or 4 year old that spelled his name, and the word Mama. Such an odd feeling to be surprised that hidden text and think about the now grown up child who scrawled them so long ago.

  5. My boy once decorated the table for me with stickers (also known as postage stamps, a whole roll). It was a very expensive design. Very cute.

  6. With the right Bohemian crowd, you could pass it off as a local artist's reinterpretation of traditional couches.

    See, now I want one!


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