When I was almost three I stuck a key in the electric outlet. Threw me across the room, melted part of the key. But no injury. Yes I do remember this clearly, 48 years later.
Now I am here.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
I'm going to get $5,000 knocked off my tuition for film school this fall. You can't really tell by reading this but I am very excited! WOOHOO!
are the allmighty rules you have to follow when raising a kid(believe me,mine is 20 now):-)(-:
We've had the kitchen chaos ( bacon grease in the coffee maker) & a sprinkle covered doughnut in the VCR. One day in the distant future I'll get a call from one of the kids telling me how their little one ruined........ ha ha ! I won't feel sorry for them a bit.
when my son was about 3years old,i came home from work one day and wanted to chill a little,in fact why not watch a little movie.some animation,the small one would be happy too.so i took out a tape and wanted to put it in the VHS.but,what a surprise,it was filled with a lot of little pieces from some chewing candy bar.after realizing in seconds that there is no reason anymore to become mad(the machine was filled,so what..)i sat down and asked him why he had done this .he said completely serious "because i wanted to hide my candy but it was to big,so i tore it up and it worked.."This sounded absolutly reasonable,and the only thing i could do was smile.what is a vhs-recorder against a moment of happiness in a kids day anyway?and with a little patience i managed to clean that thing.....!:-)(-:
My son once flushed 3 large baking potatos down the toilet!! It must of been fun,but they didn't go down so well!! LOL!!
I woke up one morning last week because I heard a funny noise. I walked into my kitchen and found my 2.5 year old with the fridge door wide open. He emptied it completely all over the floor, table, and chairs. 12 broken eggs, half gallon of milk, stick of butter rubbed into table and chairs, ect. He even dumped all of the baking soda everywhere. Leftovers, veggies, condiments...Everything opened and poured/squeezed out. A true test of ones patience and love!
Congrats and keep us posted.
I just received my schedule for the 2008 season. Always exciting to see when you will be in your favorite cities, I then received a call from the League EVP/DBO who said he wanted to tell me that I had been selected to work the plate in the NL All-Star game in Winnipeg 7/8. It is a great feeling to be recoginized and appreciated by MGT. Not a common practice in Corp. America
I hope you and Steve have a grate life together :)