Saturday, May 21, 2011

I'LL GET YOU MY PRETTY!




















































I was sitting at the dinner table.





And I was crabby.





I watched Jeremy as he ate his salad (Pff...his SALAD!) and glowered at him.





He wasn't eating my tomato bruschetta.





He turned to Josh and said,





"Josh, I know it's different, but it's good!"





Josh was ignoring him, shoving the tomato-y bread in his mouth as fast as he could.





"Come on, Josh..."





I intervened.





"Jeremy...he isn't having a problem...YOU, on the other hand..."





Now, I was already crabby at Jeremy.





I don't know why, but I was (am).





It could have something to do with my lack of nap-ness today.





Or something.





Anyway, I bore a hole into Jeremy's forehead willing him to just try my bruschetta and not like it, just so I could keep being crabby.





Unfortunately, I seem to have suffered some memory loss, because I don't remember him eating it, but he must have because it's mostly gone, and the leftovers are tidily in the fridge.





Maybe I'll stick them in Jeremy's pillow.





I'm reminding myself of the Wicked Witch of the West:

"JUST TRY AND STAY OUT OF MY WAY! JUST TRY!"





I can see this problem being solved one of two ways: 1) with a conveniently situated bucket of water, or 2) with a conveniently situated pile of chocolate.





Maybe two piles of chocolate.





And some peanut butter.




UPDATE: And then Jeremy came home tonight after going to the temple, and he brought me a chocolate bar...




...and some Reese's pieces...

4 comments:

sarina said...

ur so funny i love readying them every time u put one up and the days u dont i wish u did hope ur night gets better and u can get a nap tomarrow

Trillium said...

Do you have a Jekyll-Hyde thing going on in your life? I hope not. I hope you are exaggerating and fictionalizing for comic effect. I used to do that many years ago myself. :)

Shydandelion said...

No, I'm not too crazy...But when I am tired, I do get a little ornery!

I actually asked Jeremy after I posted it, "Is this too mean??" and he said it was fine, so since it passed the Jeremy Test, I figured it was alright. I do worry at times that I make it sound like my life is full of crabbiness, but it isn't (usually). But when I am crabby, it makes for good stories... :D

Rebecca said...

i like your pictures. I share them with Victor and he thinks their pretty cute too

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