Saturday, November 30, 2013

Fishy fishy in the brook..



When I was just a baby momma used to tell me that little story:

"Fishy fishy in the brook, 
Daddy catch him on a hook, 
Mommy fry him in the pan, 
Baby eat him fast as he can."

Well, as I grow older, I am noticing some things. Like how parents tell you lies they think are cute. I,  for one, have NEVER seen Daddy catch a fish in any ol' brook and I for sure can tell you that as long as I have lived Mommy hasn't fried one in a pan. So, as usual, I took matters into my own hands. And, as usual, I just picked up the phone, called my sissy and told her to help me out with the situation. Sissy is good about doing that. She, and that guy she hangs around, Blake, they are always ready for a good time.

I grabbed Blake and off we went. As you can see, I have my own fishing pole because this is serious business.


Its wiggling!
Coco is right there ready to help catch it too.


Let me help!
Let me help!


Um, well, I'll let you do that part because I am so generous.


Here I'll even smile for the camera with our big catch of the day!

No, I didnt say I would TOUCH it and smile for the camera.
You ask too much of me.


This reminds me of another fish tale.
I'll share that story with you in a day or two.
Maybe I can go call Sissy and see if she'll take me fishing today.
Mommy says it would be ice fishing.
Sounds good to me!




Friday, November 29, 2013

Growing up is hard to do.

I mean, I love growing up and everything. The hard part is having to take on the responsibilities of the world. Mainly that means the responsibilities of getting my mom's act together and keeping her in line. I had to sit her down and have a little talk with her. I told her how we only have a month to go and then she's wasted a whole 'nother year of my story tellings. I think she listened this time. So we are going to start right away and I might be wearing her fingers out and your ears out with all my story telling but it's got to be done so I can make my daddy a blog book at the end of the year!

Hold on: here we go!

Friday, July 26, 2013

The weirdest woods, EVER!

Today my Mommy took me to the woods. When we got there, we met some very strange people. 
We were barely a few feet down the trail when I met a strange man.
 I stopped. 
I stared. 
Then I wanted to know who cut the guy in half. 
Bubba held me up so I could get a closer look. Someone took half Roman soldier and half a Samurai and tried to make them into one man. It didn't work so well I am thinking. 


I decided we better just walk on down the trail.
Then I found the green people and the shiny people.
Momma, did we go to the moon when I wasn't looking?
I mean, these things just don't look human.

Bubba thinks he's like...Mr Strongman I think.

Ya, well just wait til you see where Momma and I caught Bubba next!
Ha! We were fast and got a photo of him trying to run away.
I am not sure why there was a naked lady in the middle of the woods.
Bubba didn't seem to mind as much as I did.


I sat in this old man's lap.
He was hard as stone or something.
Weird.


But the most HORRIFIC thing I saw was this poor little baby boy.
I asked Mommy all kinds of questions about him.
Why did his mommy leave him there in that?
Where is his daddy?
Why doesnt he have underwear on?
and the most important question of all....
What is that bird going to do to his um... er... well momma wont let me say the word on the internet.
But, really I am very concerned.
OUCH!


Seeing as how this was the "International Statuary Garden"
...(didn't I learn big words there?) ...
they did have some American statues.
Well two of them anyway.
Mr. Lincoln had a hole in his tummy.
I am not sure why, but my head fit nicely.


And the only other American statue was this.
Mommy said you would know who it is.
I thought he was a girl.
Bubba said he's a boy. Ok, if you say so Bubba.
Anyway, I think he was before my time.
( Mommy randomly starting singing "Just beat it, beat it..."
I didn't see anyone scrambling eggs.
I think the woods is doing strange things to her mind.)

As we were leaving I found two little children to play with.
They were all sad and lonely and had no parents that I could see.


I told Mommy that she could just take them home cuz she's always raising kids.
She said the thought makes her tired.


Now we did some other things at these Botanical Gardens but it's past my bedtime so I'll have to tell you another one day.
I need to go see if Mommy ever got to beat her eggs.