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Seeing Double

After a very busy weekend, my plan was to sit at my desk and write a nice long post, as there is much swirling around in my head.

Unfortunately though, most of what is swirling around in my head is mucous in nature, so I was forced to take a little pink antihistamine.

And now, everything is a little blurry, and I’ve managed to run my face into the bathroom door. Twice. Which is unfortunate, because I have another eyebrow pimple. Which is just adding insult to injury, if you ask me. And since I’m sharing, I also have a pimple on the inside of my ear.

Makes you kind of wonder what I’ve done to incur all of this cosmic injustice.

Anyhoo, for your amusement, I wanted to share photographic evidence of what happens when you instruct your 3 year old to begin taking responsibility for keeping the bathroom nice and neat.

Please avert your focus from the state of the bathroom floor. The maid has had a cold. And is evidently sensitive to antihistamines.

If you’ll recall, this is the same mini-toilet that he used as a cereal bowl some time ago.

Frankly, I’m a little afraid to peer inside.

It looks perfectly nice where it is. So it stays. Who am I to stifle his creativity?

Have a wonderful Monday! In the words of that famous Cal-ee-fornia governator, “I’ll be baack.”

8 Responses to Seeing Double

  • LOL… that picture is too funny. 🙂
    I’m praying that you are feeling much better very soon. 🙂

  • Too much!

    As to the state of your floors. My daughter jumped the other day while walking through my bedroom.
    I asked her what was wrong.
    She said, ” I think a dust bunny bit me”.
    She in now this households chief Swiffer operator.

  • Sorry about the mucous infestation, and darn that maid anyway! I think you should title the photo: Potty: a Perspective.

  • What is it with bathroom floors anyway? They seem to collect all the dust and disgusting stuff from our homes and hide it behind the toilet.

    It really doesn’t matter how much you clean behind that darn toilet. It still gets dust.

    But as long as we don’t go around crawling behind our toilets, I guess we wouldn’t notice it, would we?

    Visit To Love, Honor and Vacuum today!
    Right on. But. How smart is it to take a photograph of it, and then post it on the internet??? 🙂

    I’m thinking, not so much!

  • Great blog glad I found you.

    Gotta love three year old minds.

  • Makes sense to me! …in three year old logic. Thank you for the laugh.

  • At least it’s not in the middle of the bathroom floor for you to step on! I hope you feel better soon.

  • To funny!! Oh, the things they think of. I hope you get to feeling better soon!!