Maybe it’s because I’m becoming an old geezer and my heart is softening. Maybe it’s because I’m a grandmother. Who knows…
Whatever the reason, children are so precious to me. I love their soft skin, their hugs, their giggles.
And, I love the funny things that they do.
This little fellow is amazing! He’ll probably grow up to be a magnificent choir director. What do you think?
I’m not very crafty but I sure had fun creating a little ‘picture’ for my office at work. I know. Roll your eyes because I’m so enamored with technology. But I don’t care.
Here’s the little project that I finished last week. Be sure to read it very carefully… and please be impressed with the materials used in this project.
(Click on it so you can see a bigger size — and therefore appreciate my sense of humor…)
P.S. In case you can’t tell, I used keys from a keyboard to create this picture!
A good friend and I have been having a conversation via e-mail about what it means to relax, why we do things that others view as ‘work’ (yet we think it is relaxing), and why we are driven to try and accomplish so much.
We haven’t solved any of those conundrums. However, I do believe we came to the consensus that we probably won’t be sitting around all the time doing nothing but watching TV.
So, when I saw this picture, it seemed to validate in a small way why I do what I do. (Plus, there are so many fun things to do, to see, to learn, and places to go!)
So this fellow quit his job to be a stay-at-home dad. He writes these hilarious Post-It notes.
Here is a link to a whole series of them. Read them all the way through to the end. That makes the last one so funny! (Or maybe it’s just my quirky sense of humor that thinks it is so funny. Whatever.)
Someday, I would like to meet the person — or persons — who come up with these clever and funny cards. I must admit that they are spot on — especially in this case.