Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Oh man, that is totally hilarious and put several smiles on my face, of which I needed tonight! I was feeling a little blue and this helped perk me right up! Thanks.
Cute Jo, I think these pictures have made the round on the internet... I've seen them several times--but they still make me smile. Thanks!!!HugsBetsy
They are all precious!!!!! I do love the baby in the frig looking for a latenight snack! And. . . I cannot find the words for the toddlers with that white paint. . . .Holy Moly!
What a collection of photos...starting my day with a laugh...Thank You!Wanda
My buddies sent me all of those photos from the internet on emails too...they cracked me up.
Is this what I'm missing by not having grandchildren?
It's been so hot and HUMID here. How is it your way?
Hey! I was a kid once too! Weren't you? But I don't think my parents would have grabbed the camera if that white paint flat screen had existed back then. And the kid who drew all over her brother. I never got these sent around to me on the internet -- but then again, I usually block those people from my email. Glad I didn't miss out! These are just great!
What brilliant photos. The one with the baby in the fridge reminds me of my son. I took one of him taken when he was about 9 months old. He crept into the kitchen and took out a cucumber. When I went into the kitchen there he was with this huge cucumber taking a bite out of it. Unfortunately it's a transparency and I've not been able to get it printed. Should see if I can as I have lots of them.
The cicadas just started up loudly as I opened up your blog. These are the times of our lives...
Jo, thank you for your kind words and friendship. You have a friend here too!Sharon
kids are pure honesty... funny and sweet :)
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