Thursday, September 07, 2006

The writing is on the wall

that we have a bored, soon to be going to Kindergarten tomorrow, six year old.


that Mommy shouldn't have been spending so much time, Thursday Thirteening it.


that Mommy owes a huge debt of gratitude to the blessed person who came up with the concept of the washable Rose Art marker.

Because ... that sampling. That was on EVERY SINGLE WALL in his sister's room. And her doors.

Those are the Door Man's initials. And his comment:

Well, this is going to be my room soon, anyway.

Who can argue with that logic?


Blogger Kukka-Maria said...

Reminds me of the stories of when I was a kid and wrote--in pencil--"C" all over the bay window shelf.

When asked, I denied it. Denied.

I wish, now, I would have used your son's logic. Honest and sensical!

Great story! Brought a much-needed smile to my face today.

3:03 PM  
Blogger The "Mind" said...

I have one, my oldest, who carved my pseudo-stepson's (his arch nemisis) initials into a chair. His response was, "I didn't do it, those aren't my initials, those are D's!"

Too bad his tell-tale lie smile gave him away.

Oh, and my mom decided to do a little decorating of the walls when she was little, too. What did she write...

I love my mother.

Over and over and over again.

My grandma says she had a hard time being mad.

And to this day, my mom writes that on the back or bottom of every card she gives to my grandmother.

3:33 PM  
Blogger Meg - Bad Homeschool Mom said...

Oh dear. When my kids did that I had to paint the wall with a primer and two top coats!

6:17 PM  
Blogger Bellezza said...

That is GREAT! It makes me smile so much. Your kids are as full of personality as you are.

You've gotta love the way Kindergartners write. My son wrote this: URDBSTDADNDHLWORLDA over and over and over when he was five. I finally figured it out: You are the best dad in the whole world.

Apparently, I'm not much of a mom.:)

I'm glad to see your son's strong sense of self-esteem. I'm glad his marker is washable.

10:05 PM  
Blogger Blazer1234 said...

OMG, I'm rolling on the floor! At least it wasn't permanant marker!

10:20 PM  
Blogger Mamacita Tina said...

Just marking his territory. LOL

5:06 PM  
Blogger Jen said...

Oh, you poor, poor woman!

Sorry, but this made me laugh out loud. Kids are a whole different kind of fun than we were expecting, aren't they?

5:22 PM  

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